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BOYwrNo. 27 




C% of Virginia B«ach. Va 



July 2. 1975 



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High bills 
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Mm Hvris, a Wiadsor Woods resid«it, nearly 
dukm wlHB ate oiWDeil ter FAnunr electric bill. 

Vmo tod Mat ter tte btsgest UU she had ever 
FNiM. nU.lS tor «2 days of awTln, iacludiog 
ttvw VMte «tea tte towe mi enpty. 

la i^rll ter tvo-aoott bffi ma not nuick better — 
|an.71. to May, vten Mra. Harris no^er seeded 
to ast ter taraaee, tte bUl drofiped to $a.m for 
29 daya' atnrtet. (Vapeo is aov raadiac neters oace 
agKMtt.) 

Eva viUi tte ktmr UU, Mra. Barris, a widow. 
is sUI J^n Midi nore ttaa ter nei^ttiOTs, «to teve 
UTribr fiiOte, U?« ta att-electrlc tones vitt ideiti- 
cal nun- idaaa aid lAo use tto sane miUaMoa Ac 
does. Across tte street, a iknily ot six paid $49 io 
Mm, |1« ia April and 1173 ii Peimary. 

Sto's ealled Vqno to ttol oiA wby ber bills are so 
Hell Ont HMlcr says ste's using more electricity 
ttea aeiclltors), baA tte power company cooteods 




tbat the meters are accurate. 

Mrs. Barris, wto is (» Vqico's budget plan, pays 
S6€ a moirtk, and ste alrndy owes the company 
I24S wUcb mast to paid in Aagad. "men that final 
settteneot comes in Aagnst," ste aitoltted, "it will 
te a real trig biU." Aad Mrs. Barris ioi't sure what 
Uad of badBet-JacgUoK die'll tore to do to make ends 
meet that mnth. 

*I st^Md ttsiac my big freeter," Mrs. Harris said, 
"tai ttere are a lot of things I cot down on, like my 
dlsliwashw. I ose it maybe once a week. I don't teve 
that maay ctothes to wash," ste added, "but my 
Btig^ion' bills teve all been lover Uian raiM." 

Was your last V^k» bill a shox^ar? 
Weill, mifiy I<qm| <»»npanf , s4 ahara 
your joH witfi fellow consLuners. To 
share your shock, write The Sun, Vir- 
ginia Beach, 23451. 




Riding high 



Da^ite rainy weather Saturday, crowds 
flocked to seethe Virginia Beach Board- 
walk Art Show, jammir^ the bMirdwalk 
to browse through its ntany displays 
and purchase Vhe artists' wares. Sales 
fr«n tta art shww are reportedly 
$1iS,600, «mll above last year's total 
of $146,000. Anita Mayhew (above) of 
Richmond becomes a nK^ile exhibit 
at the hands of body painter Robert 
Hamilton of 0<»an City. The youngster 
(right) discovered how to beat the crow(te 
wrtd get a bird's eye view of the art 
•how. His "taxi" towever seemed less 
arittiusiMtic dsout the situation than he 
did. 



M^ on th« Bowdwalk 
Art Show on pagt A-S 





Aa F-14 Tomcat atatioBSd at NAS Oceana. 



Busy and noisy 

Controlling Oceana 



^ SCOTT STOKES 
l^oelal to tte Sea 

Many know Virginia Beach^ Naval Air Nation 
(NAS) Oceana as a home of military might and a 
source of irritating noise. But to Lt. Cmdr. Ricterd 
Morrison, wto is in charge oi air traffic control 
at NAS Oceana, it is one of the busiest miUtary 
airfields in the world. 

'If you want to be busy, this is tte place to to," 
said Morrison. His command is responsible for Isnd- 
ing more than 230 aircraft from tte 23 squadrons 
btwsed at tte base. 

During its most congested montte this year, tte 
airfield handled 12,790 operations in February and 
12,026 in April. Morrison said tte base averages 
on takeoff or landing every three minutes. 

Morrison has beoi in toe air traffic control bes- 
teeas ibr most of Wb a» years in tte Mai^- ii* a^ 
listed at 17 and served with a transportation wing 
based in Hawaii daring the Korean War. In 1960 
te was accepted into Officer Candidate Sctool in 
Newport, R.I. During the Viet Nam conflict te serv- 
ed aboard the USS America. 

Bued at NAS Oceana for the last two years, Mor- 
ris<m is in charge of Air Traffic Control. He des- 
cribed the men under his command as a uniqiie breed , 
of Navy men, highly trained by the Navy and toW- 
ii^ civilian air traffic controller licenses. After tteir 
military service many take civilian jobs with com- 
mercial airports. 

From the cortrol tower and radar center, Mor- 
rison's command is responsible for air traffic as 
far away as 60 to 100 miles, from 23,000 feet to Um 
ground. Jets, prop planes and telicofitera all utilise 
the base, each requiring a differeirt landing speed and 
control. If a 747 commercial airliner ted to make 
an emergency landing in tte Hampton Bonds area, 
(NAS) Oceanswould te the only airpwt with a kng 
enough runway (^patde of handling tte crisis. 

Sometimes Morrison brings his wife, Jane, andtteir 
three daughters, Carol, 13, Julie, 11, and Paula, 8, 
to the base to watch him work. 

Does Morrison ever fear he will teve an aircraft 
crack up on tte runway? "Yes," tesaid, "all tte time," 
especially when it gets busy. A memter of NAS 
Oceana's Fire D^tartment estimated ttet six or se- 
ven crashes occur a year ttet retire teing re- 
ported. 

Runway Numter Five — which runs nortteast to 
southwest — handles more than SO per cent of NAS 
Oceana's air traffic, fanndUng aircraft towards Green 



Run and ScarbonH^ Square on Holland Road, where 
most of tte complaints about noise come from. 

Dnriag a year, an average of 400 to 500 com- 
idalats are processed through Morrison's office. Five 
times ttet many are piioned into the tese, but the 
caller will decide not to leave his name. 

Morrison follows iq> each complaint to see if the 
problem can te corrected. Most complaints deal with 
nigU flig^, and as a rule, no traini^ is scheduled 
after 11 p.m. Nevertheless, flights returning from car- 
rier operations and training at Fentress Airfield in 
Chesapeake often disturb the night. 

Morrison said ttet mo^ complaints were found 
to te tte result of the afterburner blast after take- 
off. Pilots are required to cut tack their thrust 
once reaching a speed of 250 knots, an altitude of 
1000 feet or tte en^ of the tase's land ar^. Pilots 
found to te guilty of leavii^ tteir aftertmrners on 
too long nsually were pre-occm^ed with radio com- 
munications or gauge readings when ttey over-short 
civilian tensing, Morrison said. 

"There is no way a jet aircraft can te^et," 
Morrison said, but he felt that noise levels rt jrts 
ted been decreased with the Introduction of the F-14 
Tomcat. Tte F-4 Phantom, the Navy's mainstay 
tighter for years, is a fixed wing aircraft which 
Itterly has to force its way throng the air, re- 
qniri^ more speed to take off and land, thus the need 
tor Increasing jet thrust. The F-14 can sweep iU 
wings, create more lift, land at slower speeds and 
use Iras power to remain airtome. 

The noisiest area around NAS Oceana is the base 
itself and ttose resident areas located in direct paths 
of the runways. These areas are largely saturated 
with military personnel who work on the base. 

NAS Oceana has been in Virginia Beach since the 
1940s when the area around the base was largely 
rural. The city grew up around the airfield and with 
the introduction of jets in the '50s, tte noise levels 
Increased. Morrison said he often gets calls from 
land developers asking about noise levels in proposed 
development arras. He said he is always teppy to 
rrapond to such inquirira hewing to discourage build- 
ing projects in hravily traffic areas. 

Tte Navy hopes to g^ money from Congress to 
boy iQ) land in nrarby arras to prevent future de- 
irelcpment. 

Otherwise, tte land would te continned to te farm- 
ed for, after all, Morrison said, "Com staUts don't 
mind tte noise." 




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trol tower activities at Na^l Air ^- 



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Wtei Ihe dam broke « Buffalo Creek, West VirginM, a k« of 
p«^e wcrenl M l«cky as this Kttle guy. 

Junk and the rest of the Mosley famSy imck it up the hill 
gust in the nick of tinK. ^»nds later, a wdl of wutr twepl^ 
thear<«thly pcmessions mng. 

Here you sm Jamie in the Red Cross shdter, tMiM« k 
dlover. 

One iookat that facs, and wde awfuUy ^ we were theft 
10 hdp. 

Every year, you know. Red Cross touches the lives <rf mfl- 
liwis upon millions of Americans. Rich. Rx)r. Avaape. Hack. 
White. Christian and Jew. With supp«»t. With comf«t. 'SB* 
a helping hand mttai they need it. 

So when you open your heart, with your time or your nunq^ 
you can be cenain it% in the right place. 



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SN^pftrv trowM ttwwjgh hwiging pot- 
tery md driftwood displayed by Mar- 



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Being in OMitrttof yoar money means 
more than living from paycheck to 
paydieck. 1 1 meana aalti^ a«My 
^something for the future, too. 

That's what''8 beautiful about the 
Payroll Savings Plan. 

When you sign up for Payroll 
Savings where you work, an anMMint 
you ^iwify is automatically M!t aside 
from each pavcheck and used to buy 
U^.^vingsBondfc 

While you use your take-home pay 
for today's expenaaa, you're still able 
to build a adbatanUal neit egg Ux / 
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Payroll Savings. It's a beautiful way 
to make sure your hittire's going to be 
inthebhKk. 



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Artist Leon Clemente of Arlingtonwip^ 
rain off one of his works Saturday at 
the Boardwalk Art SNw. CtemaAto »ys 
he has be^ coming to ttie stww every 
year since his son moved to tiie Beat^ 
in 1972. 



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The Sun, My 2, 1975 - A-3 



News Briefs 



10 years in beating 



A f(H«ier triKk driver ploded guilt; last «Mk 
to MW i lirt i g tte a« irf kit flrl trimd by ^incUih; 
tte ai.naai-(iM diUd In th« stonueh while givi^ 
the Ixqr a batt. 

Vifftaia Biuk Circott Court JwiKe AusUn E. Ow«i 
s^sMoi Ma^ Mr Jai^am, S6, to 10 MM U the 
^te PmltetfiarjridttrhnriiigtefttnoiijrtrAB a police 
deleave who nii Jcdw» toM him that he pimched 
tte cftlM io the Momach to stop his cryli«. 

IMecttve Hmaa CanpiicU testified that Jackson, 
a fomer wlmlMr wWi the Chesapeake Beach Re- 
scue Sqmi, told Ua Ote btqr, Oerick Toblo Glaros, 
'messed hi5parts"«hileth»were«hinelnt)M onqde's 
apardBMl tost^deber. The MecUve said Jaduon 
spaitad tbedcM. tad «hUe hMU^r Wm, puocfaed Urn 
is the stflMadi to ^op tielior trttai crjrtic- 

VA« Deridt's nother eame hone from work, site 
thovght Oe (MM was sick wtth the fia tad put Urn to 
bed with aqiirio. IHe aeirt morsiag ste ftiffiid hin 
dead ia «s bed, his abdomen covered with bmins. 
Cam* at daath i^ Usted as wvere blows to the 



Court rerards Indicate Jacksoa was discharfed from 
the Mavy in April. In the last five years, he has 
attempted saieUe three timn and haa been in both 
state and nilltary mental hospitals. 



Art classes open 

Eefiatrrtioa is tioderway for 20 cksses in arts and 
crafts to be oflhred ttissammerbvtbe Vlriinia Beach 
Arts Center. 

ClassM, wUiA will run Monday throi«» Jnly 31, in- 
dade drawtaf, patatlnc, sadptnre, weaving, jevelry- 
makiaf . priaimakiag, art appnKiatira, bird carving, 
tattle inintlag, photography, organic gardening and 
T ai Chi. 

Class«i are offered for adults and children. A tu- 
ition fee is ctarged. 

Those Interened may register at the Arts Center, 
1916 Artie Ave., ttiroagh Satorday from 10 a.m. until 
5 p.m. 



Holiday buses 



Extra buses to Virginia Beach from Norfolk along 
Virginia Beach Boolevard (Bonte M) wlU be used as 
needed Friday and &tiintay (hie the holidays. 

Othendse. Tidewater Metro Transit will ooerate 
on tts Sudty/HoUday Scheteie Friday and on its 
regular Saturday scbednie Satnrday. 

For comidete aehedeletoloniation, phone 62S-S^. 



Firm gets jMatrac^t 

A Viirtnia Beach firm has received a 9S,ttZ,itZ 
goveraiMat eontracl to cupplr niore tltsi> two millicm 
gailoas of de-irtne tlvli nctirn>ese to the DefouwSiip- 
Idy Agency. 

ne cntfract to Shrad«' International Chemical Co. 
Of Virginia Beach was anuvnced Friday by U.S. Riq). 
G. WUUtm Whitehnrst. D-Virgtnia Beach. 



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By Scott Stoltes 



"Stick with me and you'll be wearing 
diamonds," retired Cih^. Paul M. 
Wa^eman promises his earlier wife 
"^'^ Florence, whom he hopes will con- 
sent to remarryii^ him. Capt. Wake- 
man plans to settle in Virginia Beach. 
"I'm coming back to one of the finest 
parts of ihe world," he says. Wake- 
man, Who remarlced that he hadn't had 
many wives lately, called Florence one 
of his "prettier ladies." And just be- 
fore dining together Saturday night, Flor?) 
ence confided she had "no other hus- 
bands to speak of." 



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Food hotline opens 



Many Virginia famUtes 
apparently are luit aware of 
it, but ttey may (pialify for 
food stamps. 

Presently Virginia has 
one of the lowest partici- 
pation levels of any ^ate 
in the natioD in the federal 
food stamps program. Of 
only 310,000 indivi(tattls 
igible persons in Virginia, 
only 310,000 iodividtuls 
are receiving food stamps. 

A food ttamp hotline de- 
igned to provide basic in- 
formation m the program 
-- includiag eligibility re- 
quirements — is now in ef- 
fect here. Tor^chtfeebcrt- 
lioe, dial toll free 1-800- 
552-1636. 

Excei^ lor those m dire 
poverty (lor whom there is 
DO purchase rmnirement), 
food rtuip program rec^ 
ients pay a c»tain amount 
once or tirice a month lor 
thi^ stonqis and receive 
aiktttioul bpnu stamps at 
no «tn charge. 

The amount of the b(Mua 
d^ends on housdMdd^se 
and income, according to 
a sUding scale. For exam- 

e, a family of four mak- 
1400 a month wt in- 
cone (after dedncUons that 



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The food stamp program 



is administered in Virgima 
by tocaOi Dqmrtments of 
Social Servtees. De^ku 
on food stamp ap^catlons 
are re(piired to be made 
by these offices witidn 30 
days of receivtag tbem. 



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A-4 - Th« Sun, July 2, 1075 



White collar crime/ 



EHminating bII white collar crime could mean that each of us would recklife 
the cash equlvatent of the 1975 tax rebate checks -- every year. 



Bf T»aiAS DUNFEE 
S^ial to The Sm 

Yon bave been the victim of crime tUs year — 
even if you bavoi't faced a hostile guo or luiife. The 
crime is «hite collar crime, m insidious parastte 
that victimites coesnmers to the tune of bilUoiis <a 
dollars a year, tt hampers bosiiiesses ud «eakea$ 
oar ecoQomice sys^ss, and all irf as pay the ^Ke. 
Yet white collar crime do^a't proytdie the out- 
cry tiiat viol«it ertee does. The muted reason by 
citluiis and policymakers alilie is due to the enig- 
matic Batare of «hite coUar crime, which aocqU- 
pass«i a nsi assortment of specific acts. For ex- 
ample, emblesslement and theA i>y employees, crimes 
committed by flmis against th«ir customers — fraud, 
violatioas of aatttrust laws — crimes committed by 
castomers antast firms — shofiUfting and counter- 
feiting — all are white collar crimes. Others involve 
crooked dealings by professionals or the "rippingoB" 
ot government programs like welfare, meiticare and 
securities frauds. Hoonding oat the list of white aA- 
lar crimes are laomie tax evasiui, illegal gfamUing 
and ordinary crimes ooramltCedtn atxoimerclalcoii- 
teit och as ars(M> to collect tasirance. 

Yet ia qiite ot its broad stxipe and economic signi- 
Ucaaet, wUte collar crime still raaks Jardownoa Oe 
public's jHTiortty list of national problems, if it makes 
the list at all. Iliis attttndecaabeattribrted to sever- 
al ihetors: white collar crime tcadte to beia^ersoaal, 
with 00 qiecillc victim; ratter ttw victim is the govA 
emment or a bge iw^toticB. And often the wUte 
collar criminals ratioBalise thtir actions tqr claiming, 
"I didnt hurt anyone — 1 ]ast beat the system." 
The targets nt irittte ctdlar wtaie have no faces, 
and this fhcekessoess places the losses frmn such 
crimes in a remote context. When a news article tells 
■s that white odlar crime cost each person |200 last 
year (or |»)0 for a standard bmUyoffonr), it means 
virtoally aoNUng to most of us, because it wasn't money 
in our pockets anyway. Bnttohave$200taken fnmi oor 
hottses byabUflar.ortoretomtoapaikiag qiaceaad 
find ourcargOBe, makes an entirely differotfaiid heav- 
ier impMt 

in aaothn* way, tiiese victimless crimes can c«ne 
very close to home. For instance, how many of us have 
actually committed one of these crimes: Cheated on 
ae tax? Oieatcd on oqiease accoaits?Sho|difled? 
nhled iUcgally? "Forpitten" to pay an antimiatic 
ibooUi? 

These are all crimes, and wh^i we count Oem in, 
lad add crimes snch as ue (tf illegal drugs, it's pos- 
MUe to assume ttiat Oe percentage of persons who've 
iommittad a crime is almost 100 per cent. Certainly 
Ike assuivtiM that "everyoMdoestt" makes it eas- 
ier for fh» taiiSvidaal to b«d the ndes, with few twin- 
|es of conscience. Also, strict enforcement of the law 
ts almost impossible when massive numbers (rf people 
Ire involved. 

I Farttermore, aay|Hr«gram(tf^ective^k>rcement 
Hises serious questions ot fairness and motive fOr 
Irosecution. For example, are prosecutors more likely 
tfi press drag charges against certain types of individ- 
liris thmi othen wta may be poorer, or of a racial 
IH- ettaic minority? Some rtoiiUfters are proseoiled, 
twt many are not. 

Does enforcemert then become a qi^stion of who gets 
(ai«ht? Or one tf degree? Whe« is tte line between 
jhiorallty and ragidttfkm, tadivi<taal retimisibiilty and 
if^ag "smart enoo^ notfolget cught?" 
' E.H. Sutberlaad, the aottor at a classic work on 
IMte collar crime, argnestiiatbuiBenmenwhocom- 
titt major eetmoodc crimes don't thiric ot themselves 
is actual crtaiinals, a propo^on tiat has provdced 
iMisiderable debate. Most of as profess shock at the 
primes that makes the papers, lUce an ille^ corpor- 
J^ donation to a pcditical canqia^n, bat the ooce-a- 
9wr shoplUter ortliebasiDessnianpaddii^hisraqiense 
Account is more likely to think he's the average, rather 
ika a criminal. 

. In fact, the criminality (rf a fewtypa ctf wUte collar 
crime is qanttonable. Legal writers traditionally dis- 
2in|^ish between acts considered evU in themselves and 
,^wae consUerad wrong only because a statute so de- 
^aes tiiem. All civilixed m«i condann arson and mnr- 
d«r, hit not ^ «o^ ceadenn tte sale of ftamitnre 
on a ^aday. 



Dmitt is m ossoeiato p ro fc ssor at 
law at the UMverslty tf Penasyl- 



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TONYELLER 
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PubHslMd every Wa^wsi^ by B^riy 
PuWicsO^ «mA flwifi ^ice located 
i« 131 RoaemsM Rd., Virgtaia teach, 
V«< ^omdclaas fwstege Is paid at 
LyiMheven SMion in Virginia Beach 
For aif departments, teleirtione 486-34%. 



3lHs, «i^ eidlar crime may m«b toteimper- 
scnl, rcMte ud not at all Uke"Feal"«riae. tt may 
be vtewedlM^ad as an attack 9ra"aMsyst«i"tM 
m^ pwpte^laveprdMaaypartldlittndteal toast some 
time or aintiw, a matter of qply mtaar eoBcot to 
socMty. 

But the troth is ttet white cidlarcrtiMAas onlaoiis 
consequences for us all. Regardless <tf firM tffmr- 
ances, the econcmiic loss involved is dire^ aid per- 
sonal. Eliminating all white collar crime (admitted^, 
an Imp oss l Mllty) could mean ttat each of asiwdd-w- . 
ceive the cash efniralort of thel97Staxrriaie eheda 
— every year- 
More importantly, the abUity of our indasMal qrs- 
tem to produce goods, to grow, to cope with tiw elaig- 
ing omdftions in the intematiaial qifewe, uHi to pro> 
vide for a Mrer distributioa of weaUh, iadaaa^ by 
the ol»taclM white collar crime raisM. Wba a por- 
chasteg ageflt takes a bribe to "select" aa laferior 
|a«lBct,'he is directly harming tlie cfBdeocy of Us 
own firm. IfiAiply tUs littte act ttoosands at times, 
and overall Indnstrial efBdeaey is sertoaslfredaced. 
Similarly, the varions types of tmad committed 
;agxli»t govenoneBtal ag«ici» add sidwtaBttallytethe 
cost of nuaing the govemmoit, and Increase thepro- 
baUUty that less desirable systems will evolve — 



systMis aMeeted for Ui^ Mm$ to oatrol dMe, 
nther than Use their abOi^ to i^re tte pritfie inter- 
est. 

To tete DM Of the BOrt ioMsMMl oa^^les, ovr 
iacoim tax sfs^i is depend^ oavolMtoiY eraq^-. 
aaee. H tUs ABiHiyttecMMOlvideqiRad irii^ 
in r^ortteg, ttw legisMvef'm^ be iMved totem 
ta; mmt ngmsive b^rwu at tax, nch as aioni pro- 




perty and payroll taim, wkich place heavier harden 
oa lower aad mid<Ue iaeoM dtiseas than on the ridi. 

Wm can be done tfnrt irh& ea^ crime? First 
off, tt^U can be aude to nakcmMwelNctive ue of 
tivUtioiial crime fl|»Uag neaas to coatnl the ayijw 
wMi ecUar crtmes. Wan rMoorcMnabedanttd to 
detection and pnweation, aad those whoconaittvhite 
collar crimes caa ba treated as cmnmon criailMls, }nrt 
like ttteves, rvists aad maggers. 

Even so. pad of wUte etdtor ^me la smll po- 
tatoes, done 1^ tteawr«edUi«a,taaiBaateso ate' 
nte as aot to be iadtviduaUy sigtifleaat. Coltecttf^. 
however, these trtnb are disastmos. As a odase- 
faaace, Oaty a tigtiificut dma^ ia iadtvidnal attt- 
tnde will hdp. %' 

Ultimately, however, It is q: to each ladivldaBl to 
determiae how he will act. DItimately, tt Is a cholee 
not, of lair, bat of mi»altty. 

WUte collar crime may aot be tte moat vittbte 
nrad^ tread, aor the sMat i^ua^k. tt aiky aei 
attract the aemvaper be^ttiM, aor Iha ctttsea oid- 
raga <d vkdeat crimes. B«t the taiare tread of wUte 
aiUMT crteie •• tfwftter it ttcraaaes or deereaan 
— will heavily iatlneace tte futare of gar social aad 
p(dltical testitattoas. 



Capitalism crisis/ 



The crisis ot the decade of the 70s may yet bring us 
to our knees and sound the death knoll of a way of life 



envied by millions of people the world over. 



By rat. JACK W. MICKSim A. 
Special to Tki Saa 



The freedom at this nattoa's peo^ has been to 
serioas Jeopardy oidy six times in oor history. The 
first ns the War for Indifeadnce, wUdi ire won 
te tn%. The second ms tte Warfietwees tte Siatas, * 
wUch was ended wtth a great deal of bloodshed in 
the IWMB. n* third was WW 1, which we woa lathe 
early 1900s. Tie foarth was the great deprestioa, 
wUch was itaaUy broagU uider control te tte early 
lOtts. ne fiftt was WW n, wUiA we w» te 1H6. 
1%e sixtt is tte decade of tte Tte. 

Of all these eriaes, aone has beea more threatea- 
iag. more blatut or man tevidioas than the eureat 
one. And ef tte six, the correot criste te tte only 
oac^ wUdi may yet bring as to oar knees and sood 
the deott knoll cf a way of life oivied fay aOUteM 
of people tte wortd over. 

1^ late Joseph Schumpeter, a qaite reoiarkaUe 
scholar, was once asked 'Can cairftallsm sandve?". 
Hte answer was simple and direct "Ho," be said, 
"I do aot think it caa." And te a sense Schumpeter 
was r^. For If we apfdy the qnesUoa to classical 
evttaUsm — the realism at Adam Sailth, David 
Ricardo and John Stnart Mill ~ it has a Mlo* rtH- 
Classical opitalism can not only not snrvive, tt 
has been dead aad baled for a good autbo' of yoars. 



Today Ihe vast majority of goo(b 
and sei^ices are produced by a 
small number of giantfirms, which 
do not confute at all in terms of 
price. 



For the capttaUsm of Smitt, Ricardo aad Mill (tte 
"darlings" at today's businessman) was aa eonomlc 
system based qxm free marluts viiere Romerous 
firms competed in the market {dace t» limtted eoa- 
sumer dollars, where the coosomer was stwar al g a 
and where the firm producing the best prodnd at tte 
lowest price was the one wUch reaped the proftts. 
Brt today tte vast may)rtty of goods and servicas 
are produced by a small narater a giaat flnas, 
which do BtA compete at all in terms of price. Qualitt 
is sacrificed as firms produce anything that caa te 
produced at a low cost and s(M U aUi^iriee. 

All ot wUch teads to tte primary theme, and that 
te that mea our present eomtmiic system omaot 
swrive oaiess twi, things eome to pass. One of Iteae 
is that we must re«)gntee ud dad witt onr syiten 
tor what it te — not (» tte basis (rf an l(telized 
^^m e^Mosed by ctessical ecooomlsto and pUl- 
oqjters more than 12 deca(tes ago. The second change 
ttat must te wrought is that we most ooce agate 
te willing to talk about ethics in baslnas aadpw- 
eraa^. . 

Look at ow pnsest syatna aad at o«r aeedlM- 
etUcs. 

As J.K. (ktoaitt pBte tt, "Property te tte fands 

of pmnsM onporation, because of ite eaaaUiaQy 

poUlc nature. Is no longer priv^ ta tte old sense, 

_and tte pow«- tt things to those wte ctNitrol U can 



i». Jack W. iMaaa Jr. te a prrtilur at 

MSHaaks at Ml TkmMt$ Oalnai M I^ ^War- 
fott. m has amad as Mttaw^ af tte Da- 
jartmaat el ^MaoatfM Md a 
«toa^i»af ttaniUa Oam^ i 
EteMttea. Cmteatiy te te ea tte 
«»adttee at tte VIrgtete Assodaitea a« 
Beoaaariste. 



no laager te tiardaed tre«dy witt regard only to 
private iBteraste." 

ExxoB, for exanqde, even If tt prodaced no iril, 
wohU still te tte world's sixtt largest traaqiorte- 
tloa firm. As a resott, we are moving toward a aew 
relatinaaMp te which piddle Intereste aaust prevail 
ovwiwliate. . l ;;:; IftM' : 

Gardaer Meaas has porssed otter aspecto of tte 
Idace at Idg bosteess te oor economy, coaceittnting 
oa prices aad pricing pcdicy. As early as 19S4te 
orii^atfad tte term "administered prices'* to desrite 
tte type of prices fomd te BwaopoHaed sectors ct 
tte acQBomy. Means showed ttat saeh prices were 
itfleirihli' and dU aot respond readily to ctenges te 
dMtaad. When denuad fril, certate ttrms matidalnwl 
their prieas aad lutead eat on^ and emptoymeat, 
(as hu Indeed beoi tte case te reMot oMMitts). 

TUs retetive freedom of prices from tte ellecte 
of market forcM, together witt tte power of large 
COTporatloas, has craved a new type of eeowpte 
syston. Acconttig to MaaM, "We now teve da^e 
corpnate esterprlses en^lofteg Inadredsofthoosaads 
of wortMS, tavlag h n adr ads ot thoaaaads ef stock- 
holden, vtag UUioas of doQars wntt of tte testm- 
BMote of prodacUoB, serving mlUloas at castomers, 
aad eoatndted by a siagle maaaganeirt VOf^' 

If any doriit*r«nateed aboat tte moaopidised see- 
tors of tte Aiwtco eeoaomy, tt was dil«eUad by 
tte rtimti oftte Tenvonry Matlaaal Economic Coaf- 
mlttee, paUIAad ta tte earty IMOs. tts tmtaata 
tt vQloaws doeuaeBted tte ovenrtelmlag laQaeaee 
of large etnporattoas, partlcnlarly te finaace, traas- 
pmtatioa. heavy indastry and doralde coanmier pxxte 
maaafactBriag. Ttm, tte very wganliattoa of pro- 
dndive anteiprise has made tte free market (dwtiete. 

Yet tt te eurioos ttet no matter how well docaneat- 
ed te tte Mrie^ Invtdvemcnt of tte ba aine s s firm 
and tte govemmeat, tt te asamned by mMsj that we 
sUB oper^ onder a system of private co mp et iti ve 
enteijrtee. B te sttU fett ttet only tte malwmteats 
and iconoclaste among as snggest ttet firms m^ as 
Lockhoed ot General Djnamics — wU^ do moat (d 
thair baiAess witt tte govamcnt, mate eit«mi«e 
use of ^aate owned by tte govemawat, have tt^ 
worUag capital aq^died by tte gi^emmett aad (as 
te tte case of Lockhead) arc reseaed from mte- 
ftH^me oa tteir aoafoveraaiaalal buteess by tte gov- 
«rnffl«tt ~ are aaytUag brt tte purest manifesta- 
tioa of iHlvate eaterprise. In fact, ttte araoi^s to 
aoeteltem for tte rich (or "corporate socialism") 
at tte expoise of tte poor ud tte a^dte dut. t 

As tt^ grow and bectMne mi«e powerful, ttese 
giant multiMtiooal eorporattoes a^^e a poUicdar- 
arter — a piddle pcnmr. ^xA eocponttons fix priixs, 
control coste, persaade customov, wgaitfse s^^tes 



frage te tte 



of raw nttteriate aad teve powerftd 
eoBuaaatty. 

aaee sack power te ao loagn- ooatrolted by anrami 
amrtwl forces, there is no reaaoa to bdieve ttat tte 
poidle power exerted bf tte eerporate giaate oote- 

^ddM wflk tte'tel^t«rt«f ttia'Sawm paUte. 

i CapHrtlam la«i<#>iM^'W W l M ' M d abroad. 

'a c ha ag iag techaokigy aad arteagteg pattNH of woa- 
omlc Mgaaiaatloa are teteglat a aaagteg Mderatoae 
diaeastons arc still nakaowa. Snek cfeuges lactade 
ecoaoHite ategaatinn, dieted or tfsaaad a^aal re- 
sources, pidltlcal aad ecoaoadc dteeachaataMntaadtte 
Ute, Oar qvtem. aeaalacl^, tes toooMt a aaaeteary 
tor tte ecoaoadeaUy dtte. 



'We rwyr^iive sir^jle corporate en- 
terprises enjoying hundreds of 
thousamfe of woiicers, hiding hun- 
(fc'eds of thousands dsto^liolders, 
using billion of dollars wortti of the 
instruments of productjon, serving 
millions of customers, md con- 
trolled by a single man^iement 
group.' 
—Gardner Means 



Can eaidtausm survive? No, I do aot thU ttat tt 
eaa. Caa era* presot deoiocraey sarvive? Ttet de- 
peads. tt has beea saU, 'tt te oae Wag to bdimre 
ttat to aU teona eoatrovvstes ttere te a r^onl 
•olaUoa watttei to te foaad." tt te a mach moreAf- 
flcirtt propatOoB to telleve ttet men will allow 
thmsdws to tod tt. "Tte love ol tratfe." said A. 
E. ttmamaa, "te tte fainted td human pudoa." 
Aad. I am itfraM, flatt Myoaa takteg hte cat traai Us- 
tmry (wUc* tte historian Gttiban eaUad "a register of 
tte eriflMS, feUiea aad miafortaaa of muUar) 
will doidit itelter maa are, or can te, raaaoaaUe. 

What mart ttrttegal^ those wto hope tar sarvinl 
te more ttea a emvietton tiiat reason will prevail. 
B Nrt also te a tettb tttat rnsoa te praseat, IM 
■en will tear tt. aad that nMa wffl aot te aAnnd 
toteedtt. 

Ttere te ao way erf proving ttet ov pres ea t s^^ 
eaa sorvlve. Sadi a system te, rt Ite very leaM. aa 
adveotare te optimism and aa eapressloa of tetth 
ttiA frw BMa wm vse tteir fireedoa i^^ - not 
j, /KMl iipiiii jTIWrnnl Mion. ^Iro A^mw. B^ 
' Oi^ Shin. «■ ahf of tte fteM anttta^teaal me- 
ponttons iHil^4aily i^a«« any semUaaee ef attics 
aad which -- tt vmy mMent » dqirtve naif tt* 
hamaatem ttat te oar ^ dw. 



Thb V^feek's Agencki 



Today 



itmma BOABD or appeals, ? p.m. Coart roan 
S, CIreait Coort, Manlcipol Coaler. 



Mofxfeiy 

OTY CCmi^U, t pjn., Ctty Cotmeil Clambers, 
I, Maate:^ Capter . 



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Julys 



I p.m., Ctty Com^<Aaffl- 
" iidinff, Mwic^ial Caater. 



Tuesday 

i 

OTY mm rem sehew aw vmnawt oAMiWE, 

9 a.m., Ctty MMager't Coafemw Baim JUtaUate- 
tntloa JaaOam, Mm^pol Caster. 



SOUniAST T^SDOA ABS4 WBm Umm. PkO- 
GMU. 10:10 a.a., Ctty Ifea^'s Oi^raee Roinb, 
AdmtalrtratloB BtttMteg, MndcQiBl C^er. 

lamutt BOHB^ ttM p.*., cmitam^tm- 

fera^ BeMR, Atateistrrtkm M^g, ItaMpal 
Cater. 

PABB AM) BeaEATXM. I p.m., Ctty Condi 
»aitten. ArhiAttrtrrttea B^Mftv. Ika^^ Caa- 
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Beach pair 
take honors 



Tke Sub, Jvly 2, im - A-S 



Two Viiftala BMdi fto- 

of flw ^k«rt koKHV ia 
Om Uitt^ aatM SIdU 
^^Vha to VtMMltoR, 
D.C., last tMN^. 

CamvUOm ^Mut M 
eUMr (W» wtaBwra, Vir- 
^ala Ctei^toB CkerfT 
Mis sf tte Yiifiaia B«Mii 

■eattoi CmtiHt ikkta^tim- 
m to muMreMart. BUI 
i^r, alM (tf tta Vo-Tach 
(^Hter, iwa flrrt pteato 
oiiHt ^iattof eoK^attai 
acatoat ItotttrU^sdHWl 
priatera. 

A total of 3,ieO voca- 
tkaal-tcdMrical rtndorta 
iron ttroagtaat tke con- 
try (Mv^itotteOBtted 
SliUas SkiU Qjnwtes, Voqr 
aorad Iqr ttt Voeatkaal 
tadHrtrlal Ctata of Aniar- 
ica. Coatart erittria vaa 
MtaUlAadbr tataatryn- 
IfftBHitatlTfi «toalao)«d- 
ladttaeonpaiitka. 



to «tai^ lar g^ned- 
al. Ma. ««to kadis da- 
aiga a m^astaa ad from 
rtart to flrtali to aa aU ottd 

ter i ptWiei aadtta Ma 
ejected to tandak ttaa 

Witt dMMtoa, aitvorfc, a 
tofHt witoalraellaM t» 
^IMtol a ftriakadadtiCbA 

Kiar'a irtottof oanpt- 
ttttoa waa «vMed kio tif a 
Mparate ertueniaa: praas 
«Ht, rtrHiac. to]NM(, 
flalw- BiaJrtipi ttd jaawal 
prtattof haMadga. levaa 
fifwi vort to a e eoto p M ti i 
to aad area and a ^eel- 
flad aatooDt i^ttoetocoM- 
pletott. 

to addiUoa to ttatr add 
<niiodato. Ms. Harts, a Aaa 
•tnwtarta of TinA Cokiatol 
i^ Scteol, «0B flM to 
comnendal arteqntoaMat. 
^«r, Prtoews Aaae 
SdMid gradaate won a trip 
to CUmp* to visit two 
torga prtttiBg eoopaidea. 



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Virginia Beadi Vocational-Tectoical 
Center Principal Rofeart Eddy is flanked 
by the school's two gold medal winners 
in the United States Skill Olympics Bill 
iger and Cheryl Hertz. 



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Th#y don't kiidw your name. 
They don't know your business. 
They don't know what ydii stand f dr. 
They don't know your customers. 

They don't know your business record. 
They don't know your business' reputation. 
They don't know the prices on your products. 
Thev don't know whether you service your products. 



NOW ... try to seil them something. 




nm «r* a tot of ebmuriwr* wAo don't hart th* tlnm, or dout Uko 
MM rim* to nod t Itrgo imfropof/tan nowspapv oodi day. CoamuMy 
nowspapon oxM bocaum they fill I ntod. Whan yoy plan four 
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Experience counts 
for these bus drivers 



mx womea sit talking quietly. 

One of tfcem has been driving a school bus lor 28 
years. Two others have 26 years experience, another 
23 years and two more have spent 22 y^rs takii« 
children back and torth to school. All plan to^dd 
more years to this nearly 150-year total. They are 
Ida Whitehurst. Betty Owens, Bessie Bell, Lillian 
Waff, Lucy McCoy and June Gavin, bus drivers with 
Virginia Beach Public Schools. 

TU be driving next year," says June Gavin who 
laughingly added that she could amass 17 more years 
experience before she reaches retirement age. The 
other five ladies also indicated plans to be back in 
the bus driver's seat when school opens in S^em- 
ber. 

As the six chat about their years of transporting 
students from home to school and back, the enjoy- 
ment they derive from their work is obvious. 

They say they like the lact that the drivers at 
their schools work as a team and if one driver 
needs any type of assisUnce, the others are al- 
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"It's fun to watch the kids grow up that have rid- 
den on my bus. Some of them work in the schools 
now as teachers, principals or assistant princi- 
pals," Jnne Gavin says. Lucy McCoy adds, "I have 
had 22 beautiful years driving a bos. Some (rf the 
kids riding my bus now are tiie children of stu- 
dents who used to ride with me." 

Although they now enjoy their j(*s, the women 
admit that they were hesitant about accepting their 
positions initially. The thought of muealreriBg a 
vehicle as large as a bus was rather frl^htenii^. 

"When I picked up the bus and looked at tte back 
of it, I wasn't sure I ccMild (to it," Ma Whitehurst 
laughed. 

Most of them were enciraraged to accept the jobs 
by friends or relatives, and all vere influenced by 
the fact that they could take their younger children 
with them on the rms ratter tkait having to hire a 
babysitter. ' 



"The assistant principal of Kenqtsvilte High School 
told me they needed a driver, and a friend talked 
me into trying it," Lucy McCoy recalled. 

Betty Owens r^laced an uncle who was driving 
for old Union Kempsville High School and who qnlt 
because of poor health. Bessie Bell, Betty's sister, 
became a bus driver about the same time with a 
little encouragement from Betty. 

"At first I refused but finally decided to try it," 
Betty Owens noted. 

A ne{diew suggested that Ida Whitehurst apply for 
a bus driver's job. "I wanted something to do when 
my s<»i started to school but didn't want somethii^ 
that would prevent me from being home 'when he 
was," she commented. 

A minister started June Gavin on her 22-year 
career. He drove a bus, and when he decided to ipiit 
he asked June to replace him. 

Lillian Waff began drivii% shortly after she was 
widowed when slw discovered that she coaiA take 
her younger children with her cm the runs. 

"Mr. Charles (the assistant prii^ipal of Keliips- 
vllle High School at that time) brought the bus to me. 
I drove it to the school and have been driving ever 
since," she exidained. 

In spite of their initial misgivings atwut being able 
to handle a bus, all of the women have established en- 
viable driving records, none having had a major ac 
cideot. 

As could be expected, the years of driving have 
supplied the six drivers with amusing memories. 

Lillian Waff still chockles as she remembers the 
day (Mie of the sitting hens from her farm got onto 
the bus without her knowing it and settled down on 
one of the back seats. She wasn't awire of its pres- 
ence until the first riders got on the tms. 

"They told me there was a hen cm the seat and 
she wouldn't let anyone sit down," Lillian laughed. 

She solved the probelm by tying the hen to the 
emergency brake until she arrived at school and she 
could get her son to take the hen home. 



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Trying out the passenger seats of a 
school bus are (left to right) Lillian 



Tbe sJx voiBM ay the stodent/drlver aad driver/ 
driver ratetkwsh^ are tbotA the oaljr aspects of the 
j(rt> whick havfot daafed miidi ov«- the years. At 
the time ttey negu driviag buses for the school sys- 
tm, the reqnlr«neits were minimal. They hadtopa^s 
a wrtttM test aad make oae nm with A laaaiber of the 
Departmeat of Motor Vehicles accoapaayiag Uiem. 

Today, bus drivers must be between the ages of 
16 and 65, pass an aimual physical and Aim«sh stat"- 
mei^ of their driving recoitls fn>m the Divisira of 
Motor Vehicles. 



Inches to meters 



Waff, Ida Whitehurst, Betty Ovvens, June 
Gavin, Lucy McCoy and Bessie Belt. 



Tbey eirplitaart that ao« new dnvws ffi thrtMgh i 
tniatag orteal^loa htsad oa th^ paat Mrtag n- 
periwces, aad aU drlTcra are rwinlred to partiei- 
pata ia two defeasive driving coorses bekl each year. 

"We're also eacouraged to gal a first aid certi- 
aeata attboagh it's aot reqnired," Ida WUttinvst 
said. 

AU of tte six hBTe barf first aid tniaiag. AU 
sii also have oae other tting cororaoa. They all say 
withoirt hestitatioe that, if givea the chance, they'd 
do it all agaia. To tt«B school bus driving is a way 
at life, aot fust aa ocenprtiaB. 



Metric system coming 




How many yards are in 
a mile? How Ugisaaacre? 
What's Oe differace be- 
tween troy aad avcrfrdnpols 
weight? Row big is a rod 
aad what is a peck? 

You're not sure? Most 
people share your coafta- 
sion. But it won't be loag 
before all these uaits of 
measure become a mem- 
ory. Hie United Oates is 
goii« metric. 

Most of the world is al- 
ready using the metric sys- 
tem. Besides the Untted 
States, the only natioBS us- 
ing other systems are Li- 
beria, Temea, Burma aad 
Bnaiei. Canada has begim 
a changeover to the met- 
ric system this spriag. 

R may seem «i«rmhig 



to lose pomds aad iaches, 
bat tbe Better Bosiaess 
Kireaa pdats oat Uiat oaly 
oar loog taadliarity witk 
tbe customary system has 
oiade it usaable. Already, 
many school systeaw are 
tearliing chlldrea the met- 
riesystem. 

The basic oaitoftteBiet- 
ric system ia the meter, 
similar in l«i(th to the 
yard (39.37 imdies in a 
meter), aad described aa 
-mUUooa tbe diiteace 



tnm teNefthPoletotlK 
aqnttOT. Tlw aiale^ is A- 
Tided lato thoasaaiWis 
fmiUlaicters^, hoadredths 
(ceetimeters) aad teaths 
(decim^rs). aad tt is 
maltl]died 1^ teas (decam- 
eters), hoadreds (hec- 



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tamaters) aad thoosaads 
(kUooMters). All units 
bear a deeiaul relati<m- 
ddp, aa tt'a aa eaaiersya- 
ten toaae. 

Hm basic otft of w^ht, 
tte tnm, aad tbe ntt erf 
votaaw, the liter, aremol- 
ttidied or divided t? teas, 
hoadteito or thoaaaads to 
meaaore largw aad smal- 
ler vaights aad ndames. 

A aew teaiperatare scale 
wiU be alidted, tbMCds- 
iw (kammr OmtUin^ 
aeale. Water tnetm at O 
degrees C (32 degrees F) 
aad boils at 100 degrees 
C (212 degrees F). With- 
in Ibis range, you'll have 
to fcaov that lOdcgrees 
C U a wiater day (50 de- 
grees F), SC.I degrees C 
is aonaal body tempera- 
tive (91.6 defTNs F), aad 
SO dv^*o C it a samraer 
day (M (togreM F). 
.The laetric system al- 
ready is Bsed Biore than 
Biost peo|de realise. Cig- 
ar^tas are advertised as 
100 Bi^eters kaig. Maay 
people have 35-millimetn- 
cafflvas. For events such 
is trai^ aad swinadag in 
iateraatfoBil athletic com- 
petitiaes, leagths are re- 
pressed in meters. Many 
caaaed goods list weigMs 
in both onacea aad gruas 
or Uters. Aad think abort 
taUag a 2S0-milligram vl- 



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tamm c tatM«! 
- Bow will this affect coa- 
soBMrs? Well, iastead of 
drivteg at $0 aiilM per 
bpor ea a Ugbmy, tbe 
#eed WiU be 80 Ulome- 
t«rs pa* boor. A slga 
that ased to teU yoa that 
yoor destiaatioa was 25 
allies away wiU abv read j 
40 kitometers. MUk wUl ^ 
be sold ia liters rafiier 
than in iparte aad yoa 
BtgM have a 2-kilagnuB 
■east for Soaday daaer 
iastaad of a CSpooad 
roast. A 3 by 4-ffleter ear- 
pet wiU be roogbly eqatv- 
aleirt to a 9 by 12-HMt rag. 

Maigr staadard sixM,fin- . 
abeeto, wiadova or tires, 
wiU remaia tbe saaw for > 
a long time, bat wiU be 
eqn-^sed ia OMtrtc oiea- 
sore. '<^ 

There wiU be ideoty of I 
time to get ased to tbe iww ' 
systoi. Tbe dmagaover ■ 
wiU tidw several years. > 
Road s%Bs, aeaaviag eq- .'^;; 
aipoMfll aad moti, proAMte ;- ' 
will diqtlay boUi tbe cos-I^C 
tomary aad netrie mea--^ 
surements fbr a loog time. ?x 
For iastaaee, a 12-iach "^ 
niler wUl also show 34 
milllmetav. 

CoBsamers sboiAl tal» 
some coBifral freoi a Bet- 
to- Basiaeaa Baraaa ra- . . 
Buiader ttiat oar correal.^ 
systems for moaey sad 7 
tor time wiU remaia aa- V^ 

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The Sun, July 2, 1975 — A-9 



4«ofAw Bwlmming »»9$mi It t«»Ofi lO, 
mm HmAlmiton t9am It mnong 
th9 top city contMdvs. 
Sm ph^ A-IOfoftlm ttory. 



Umpires: 'They work it so no one knows you' 



By iTEVE BiOMDO 
^ir S^ Vriter 

Wltb s«tt(xtt»l in^isiw, tM anidn toara over 
aaA tonics away tte (test fren kime ^att, aa- 
^t^inc a ftwlsk tbat amie tave beM perteetlac sini^ 
ttw days a Tj CoH>. 

IB Ikls ose. ttoa|», tbe onp iq^ «toM tf^jr 
dovhtos the «e^ of a tu's iavci^in iiertolfly 



tells ia Me of the jroMCer h-esd <rf tasrtaU re- 
ftrecs belw l^(^M in «ta little Lragws of tMs 
coHrtr;. Hia umt is WafM Movbny, and he's 
tea an uPl^re tor LitUe LMloe of America, Inc., 
slnca Oictr n^ia Nfaa tvo nwtfes ago. He's oa 
loan wmyirt^E Cheup^te g^es fnm tte HoiteUc 
Vmvite'$ Association, a«iJ rt the ripe old age of 20, 
he's ••» it all. 
"■ntfa la the OBly Job in the woM where you're •< / 



paid to be rapopukr," says Mowbray. "The Uds 
never bother you, it's the parents. Sometiraes you'd 
think these pet^le were in the World Series." 

But Mowbray -- who is a graduate of Kellam Hi^ 
School and resides with Us family at 3S09 Boyd Hoad 
in Virginia Beach -- loves the work and he naaafet 
to make a living oat of nmpiriiv fnll-time. 

-ITiis is how I ONke my living," be ays. "Fort- 
ball, bas^nll, all qnrts. I've got to take atest f(» 




Ttey were getting phone 



calls saying things like, 



Tm going to kill your dog.' 



It got ridiculous. 




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Anderson qualifies for state tourney 



Jeff AfHterson, 13, an «h gr«l»r at 
lC«n^vfJle dtmiorHl^, stetm his form 
en ti« R#d Wlni golf cwir** Ainng 1h© 
tourney for juniors sptmsored by ^« 
Virginia BewA Assoeiatiim of Insur- 
ance Agents Thursitoy. Jeff, the son 



of Mr. Mid Mrs. Maurice C. /^wterson 
of 965 Kelso Court, finished ttiird in 
fl» teum^ for ^e ^Z-tnA-^vs^n wit» 
a 94. He <^lified for ttw state event, 
set for in Reston ^ly 17 mkI 18. 



Sim ptoto by 8tef« UoeaD 



Umpire Wayne Mowbray calls a strike 
witt characteristic flourish. The action 
took place during the contest between 
the Astros and the Mets of the Chesa- 
peake Little League Jwe 25 at the B.M. 
Williams fields. 





His iucky day 

Miami Doljrfiins' epjartert>ack Bob Griese 
presents Matt Ellitrtt, 5, of Virginia 
^adi with m\ autogr^rfwd picture to go 
altmg with a football Matt won durii^ a 
drawing last imek at Tidewater witomo- 
bile dealership. Matt's parente, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. Elliott, ^61 Talon CouH. took 
cm. 



taU footbaU." Mowbray likes to matloD tbat as a 
six-year veteran ol LltUe League and yoatbbas^itU 
tat general as a catcher, he's "ased to being bebiad 
the Plate." 

MowlH^y got Us sUrt in Oe professkw oo the re- 
commendation of a friend. George Kaye, prMident of 
the Norfolk Umpire's AssociatioB, gave him a start 
, by aqpflying the rule book. "Tbey needed umpa for 
some (rf the pmes out here in Chesapeake,' says 
Mowbray, adding tbat the increase in Uie number of 
vnts teams and yooagsters pUytag in Tidewmtcr 
has pot ft strata on ttie Umited nunbcr of qnalUled 
umps available. "Tbey used to get local rors to call 
the games bat the barassmeitf got so bad ttey had 
to eaU them in trom Ow outside, "ays Mowteiy. 
Daltoo BkMign, a idayer agent of LitUe Le^ve, 
toe, agrees, recalling ttmt last yur the harassmert 
of uqiaid nmps htt a peak. "They were getting phone 
calls," ays Hodges, "aying ttings like, 'I'm g<^ 
tJ kill your dog.' It got ridiadovs." 

Mowbray - ami aU tte other umi» used in Little 
League gama in V^ginia Beadi and Chesapeake,- 
are part of the League's organised fdan to briagthe 
BOMie in from out of town. WUle they may became 
familiar with teams, concha and faa|^Jwy are r«- 
lativtiy safe at home. "They work it so no one knows 
yon," Mowbray ays with a hist of gntttade. 

So far Mowbny has not had much reason to tear 
retribotia at the hands of tin tens. "I've thrown 
- .■'■ a coi^ of managers and a few players," the 
tO-jeu-cU nnv rtflects, then adds emphatically, 
"We throw 'am out not because we dont Uke 'em 
but becauM Ocy broke tte rula. It's easy fbr a. 
They make the rata and we jut enforce 'em." 

Sonetima, ttongh, tte nla are ^« to ^* « 
maiqr differat ioterpretations a there are partia 
involved in a baseball dispute. 

"» hqipea at least once every game," Mowtnvy 
ays. A tyiAcal instance such as occurred in a re- 
cent game would be a batter "^it by a 0tch. A player 
had two strika on him and wu bit a the hand by 
a pttch in the act (^ swtagtag. He missed. The coach 
ar^ he should be awarded ttie baa, bat Mowlnvy 
caDed the pUyer ovt. "He got hit all r%fat, M under 
leagne nla tbe hand is part of the bat," ruled tte 
map. 

Oecasloaally, |dny U stopped tn a contest for minor 
Uractlaa adi a a team's etcher warming m > 
p«i|er in t|n bitoa wittoat waring a aiehn't 
mask. Sanattma^the ttfnctiMis a Utile more •«■- 



The team managers ara't aqponed to croa the 
white (baa) lia," $*f* Mowbray, bat I had agi9 
^arge me om tiiM. He came all the ayacroa 
tta fMd to get at me." Mowbray Reeled the dlstranilit 
naaitr, bat every bow and tta, he ay, they dai 
alopthan. 

n t^ iavitatiou aU tte time to stay aroand after 
and go ae-a-OM witt a each or Mae- 
he ays, ad Angs. "Ittnt can ya do?" 

Mowbray gftn |3.S0 a pme for Us Little Lagn* 
«afc mMI 110 ftn- ealUag Colt and Pony Lea«a ea- 
toUs. He generally wnts two pma a night, six 
days a wedc. Bat uAa yw're starting oat, Ifowteay 
■aya, money is not the i»ime moUvatia. 

'"Ihora's a amall aaoiHit of mcwy inndvad." he 
Uf»,' hot I'm in It lor the kldsJ Ttoy come oirt here 
aad they ^ db^ ad ttty »ut bMwne good old 
kids.* la pnwa aid gria. *Jat Ifte I nsed to be." 

go Moobny is oa of may in his pio lail a who 
tea hope lor the fHtara ol basdMOl and the posMve 
iUi«« tteu tench to a faagfaaoa. They're a tough 
bread by natoe-- a Ifcwbny Uaa^ ays, "The 
«mt eoncha are tte ona who are a-nmpira. 
nwf tttak ttay laow It all." -- but theywooUit 
hn in ftWftatit U tt^ did not have that deep daire 
to anrt ortfw at «t tte <Aou ttat Qftasurroands 



1 lal awry tor thae gays that go out there and 
do the umpirtag," ays Atdgo. >>>kiig ills iMd. 

Mowbray feds, though. Oat tte tiwa - tea point- 
is sometUiv a wap ei^ects to attract oaa he pats 
a the nniform. "Ttat's tt.ttoaili,tt'spartot the ^nw. 
The Uds got aeiM ad if yn make a bad caU. 
ttey'n get a yon. Brt ym eiped It." 

Frert-facnd and pwteatoalinattttadeand^na- 
u inq^rtaat a^ect aS the pnrfessia's traAtia— 
Mowbny U tooktag forward to the "qtward mcMlity- 
avaiUrte in olfieMtag. First {H^ sports, tha coUege 
and. nvatoally, the pro raida. 

-I'm vny ptoaawl wtt tte ay Mags have torand 
out," he ays. "I o^oy working witt people." 

And if tte furn hara ay doriit about Moirtmy's 
aperiena, th^ may at last rest assared Oat he's 
fair. 

Hot that thty woaMht qvreckte a Itttle hdp thrown 
th^ team's ay once and awhile.... 

Mowtoay grimmaea at tte thought. 



Croaker, flounder plentiful in '75 



Bach OiAerma ana- 
pect to see a kt of croaker 
and ammer noumi^ Uds 
flsUag sodHm, aceortfag 
to the Virginia lasttt^ 
(rf Marine SdeM^CTQim. 

^Kctalists at tte Mi- 
mt have bea 

kaUitiaoettei 

of varias fUi 9eda and 
cane ^ witt the oirtleak 
ttet at last ttK) veda 
comaM* in Vlrgiiiia wa- 
ters will appar in abon- 
dsM^in it?5. 

Croaker will ^M»nd ia 



Uf tMssa- 
sM as a radtsCmild wta- 
ta« and ^Ba^hd^awa 

ovnr tta lal lev yaan. 
S'>Ma« flandw u* ala 
flMrtsMai in tha an]^ 
aaaa, acardtag to^n^ 
a Badi aagton on took 
feftut ^ t bHpar ywr 
if ti^ ttMstatf toMfd 
ttelbtfbk. 

S|el is da a tte 9- 
swing tUs aannaafier^ 
ti^r$tt ymr* to tVQ ad 
1974. The aaaa flV ^ot 



U in tha fyi, and qiedal- 
i^ prattet ttere will be 
a ibadaan of S-taeh to 
t-toeh 9et by Oct(«er. 
tim* to btf nea fbr 
hartag toara. The lilS 
aitk H Thmt hOTring to 
Vbfiria to Mar tte naa- 

p^lod lat y«a-, ad VMS 
nro^cto ttrt a* downmzd 
trad win anttaM fln-ale- 
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IMte p«^ toatta 
itoe Ms sensathroH^ort 



VirgiBia i^ers. irttt tte 
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er. Pidtottoa thaw ha rc- 
snttod to a scarcity of trttte 
perch. 



Troat ftsherma may be 
ttsanMrfated totte debtee 
of str^ed baa to nti^ 
ttto saaaoa. Thi 
ha scared alo«i 
1^ patod tta to« ttoa 
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Alantoh looking for city 
summer title again this year 



By STEVE BIONDO 
SuD SMt Writer 

When Virginia Beach's July beat begins to make 
one ter»l like they're wraH>ed in soggy wool blankets, 
wbe can be blamed for donaiag tni^s and Joing a 
swimming team? 
Or better yet, why otA coftCk a swimming team? 
For Mary Lee Hadley, 23, and Snste Myers, 22, 
both of Virginia Beack, the answer was an »sy CKie. 
And though they admit to a tove of the sun and out(k)or 
sports, they acknowledge that the idea of working with 
kids on a team basis was an appealii^ one. They now 
coach tbe co-ed swimming t«im at the private Alanton 
Pool. 

"I love it because you're doing it with kids," says 
Miss Myers, the assistant ccach. And I love kids.- 
H^d Coach Hadley agrees that the kids siqqdy a 
lot of the reward she gets out of c(»cfalDg. Miss Bad- 
ley has learnedaspeciall>reedoftoleranceu)d patience 
by doiag her basic training as a &d grade teacher 
at HewtowB Etattientary School. "This is my seccnd 
ynr here," she.^ysraddij% that disciplining the team 
was never wy trouble despite the fact there are 26 
team m^nbers between the ages of four to 17. 
"1 geoeraUy iatke the t-ynr-olds and under and 
Mary Lee takes the older ones," says Miss Myers. 
Tte atmosphere of any pool in the heat of summer 
is aUn to Dante's description of the descent into tbe 
seventh cu-de of Hell what with the bawling of the 
young babes and the blarii^ of the FM radios and the 
general hulAub of the water -fighting. Clearing the pool 
during the team's practice hour each day at 11 a.iii. 
in what is normaUy steimy heat, is not an easy Job 
but tile Alanton coaches go about their job coolly and 
efficiently. 

TlKB, for one hour a day, coaches Hadley and Myers 
drill their squad, lap after lap in varied swimming 
styles, timii^ them -- boys and girls mixed together- - 
assigning penalty laps for straying over the time al- 
lotted in each hrat, making sure the team is gating 
a good overall workout. 

"Everylwdy can't get into every meet," says Coach 
Hadley, "Iwt everybody gets in a meet sometime 
in tlie season." , 

The Virginia Beach Swim League,-- which consists 
of six teaais including the Pembnfte Meadows, Green 
Rub and Carolanae Farm Swim Clubs — proD<^ 
a rpond-robin seri^ of dual me^ between all the 
teams in the -league and concludes the season in 
Ani^t with a championship swim meet. The Alantne 
Clab, then luder Coach Randy Sterling, won the city 
title ift iS^Z and 1973, lutd wa% first nuiaers-q> 
last s^soR in Miss Hadl^s first year as coach. 
Ad^tiMiaUy last year, the Alanton squad woo the 
swim-a-loi« sponsored by the Neptune Festtval. 

"Tou had to swim one mile without stqpfdog," re- 



calls Coach Hadley with a trace of pride, "EverytMe 
on the team made it, even my S-year^olds. Some of 
them vent an hour and a half with<Mit ^(^ng." 

Craditionlng is a Ug part of swimming, and the 
training regimen rivals that of the track sprinter or 
lo^-dudance rwMr. By the time Coach Hadley's 
swiraqters have teistol their hour of practioi, they've 
swam a good mile. And tkey do this five (toys a we^, 
not rauntii^ the practice they put in on their own time 
and many (k>, with the dedication of swimmers with 
Olympic aspirations. 

"I hope it's first in their minds," says Coach Had- 
ley, fflindfal of what summer means to the adolescent. 
"But it's summer, and they've got summer school 
and baseball oa their minds, too. Ttey iM>rk hard for 
it." 

Coack Hadley comes Crora a swimming Beach tomily. 
Her sister, Shirley, 16, is on the squad, but B-year- 
old brotter Billy swims tor the Pripcess Anne Coun- 
try Ckib, where Miss Hadley first got into the sport, 
"He started when he was four," she reports. 

Coach Hadley graduated from First Colonial High 
School ai^ Elpn Collie. Her collie alma nater, 
tha^i, had no swimming team. 

Assistant Coach Myfers is an FC alumnus as well 
but ^d her coUege work at Saq Diego 9ate, where 
she Boioni ia physical education. Miss Myers swam 
in coUege intramurals but never competed at the in- 
tercollegiate level. She sp^ a lot of time inlife- 
gtiard at Alanton Pool. "If I can get my credentials 
I'm hailing I can tf»ch at the Gymstrada School next 
year," says Miss Myers, fte wwly t^iened gymnas- 
tics school at ParUameid Drive instructs young girls 
fn»B the ^e of 7 to 14. 

The coaddag duo have l>een wUpfniv the Alanton 
Club into stable this early part (rf tbi summer in 
anticipation of tteir ctaal meet season. They opeaeA 
last Satuntey with the Carolanne Farm Swim club and 
this Saturday they'll host the swimmera of the Col- 
lege Park Club 

Sevente^-y«u'-old Tim Ramsey, a recNit transfer 
from Rhode Island where be was rated third in the 
state in the 18-and-iuder class, will be swimming 
for Alanton, as well as their stand-by's Greg Scalise 
and Bertha McAherway. Scalise specializes ia the but- 
terfly and backstroke. 

Even while locridag atead to the swim season, Miss 
HadleT is already trying to revive a diving team in 
the area. The trouble is, she says, not in finding 
competent young divers but in the fact that most 
area pools are not equipfied to handle the sport. 

Meanwhile, the coaches are busy training their squad, 
bosy Biviiig the best effort from the swimmers and 
exactteg penalty laps after practice from thos« who 
iH. 

"They swta their hearts out, I ea teU you,'' says 
Miss Myers in admiraHoa. 
Yob better heUeve they *>. 




Mary Lee Hadley, coach of tiie Alanton 
Pool swin) club, points down-pool in 
directing her stead's workout. The 23 



year-old coach teaches ttie 2nd grade at 
^Newtown Elementary in ttte off-season. 






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Members of the Alanton Pool swinrwning 
team rub eltuMws in the water ansr a 
grueling workmrt Mtder swim coach Mary 



Lee Hadley's directipn. The sqtiad opened 
i^ sw^Ni Sa^^Hiay a^ifist ttte Carol wme 
Farms Swlm^lub. 



&isie Myers, Alanton assistant coach, 
ur^s wie oS her young enlarges «i in 
pradice. Myers, 22, grK^ted f rofi^&n 
Oie^ State and is lifegiMrdirtgat Alwiton 
over ttie summer. S^e Ik^s to teach 
gyfiMMstics at ttie Gymstrwte Sdwol in 
the fall. 



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League wrestling begins at Beach July 12 




GUTERMUTH 



c ng mentor Billy Gttterrautt has been 

in the tiusmess o( promotinf Virginia B^ch wrestl- 
inf tor some tiihe via ttie three scholastic state 
wrestling titles his Cm squarfs havt won, 

July If, Cwich Guterrauth will te directing the de- 
but ol the Eastern Amateur Fjfeestyle Wrestlii* 

Lesfae "Wtth a dual " • > »'»e€n the Virginia Wrestl- 

iK ^fc$ Md the sey Wre«tl»« Club, set 

tor 8 p.au in the Cox Higft Scticwl gym^ium. 

Ttie tofue - wWeh so tar has tirw «^ds incJud- 
i^ «»e Philadel^ia Wrestling Club -- will feature 
a series of diil meets between tte three clubs over 
the summer airf early tall lith each squad meeting 
Oe other at least twice m tjm fnson. 

dntefmuth, whp is on ft^lWu^'s bwrt of dir- 
eetocs alow with Virginia B»cb's Wayne Boyd, says 
ilttt he^^ei f»4 Imgm will stlm'alate wrestling in- 
terest in Vlrgirua Beach awif idewater 

"It,will allj^ interiiatj<»al style wrestling," says 
Gutermuth "the kWs in this^ ar«i di»'l k»e e«- 
perience in that type wrestUi^ which is what they 
wrestle in tte Olympics. Eventually we Iwpe to get 
ttese kids into the Olympics." 

The Virginia Wrestli^ Club inclwles a Mmber of 
disti^piished Tidewater grapplers m its rctfter, in- 
chrfiw Guteraiutta's fomer idar vrt^^t »t Cox, 
SOTtt Conkwr^ht of the University of North Carolina 
and Billy Martin Jr., from Oklahoma State University. 



Martin is a three- Ume AU-AmericaB at (Mi. 

The Virginia WrestlU^ Club am! other league teams 
will comp^e at^^^^M different weight cUsasfc The 
breakdown tor ttl Virginia Club Nftes at 114- 
pou^ with scvhcnnor* C»tj Frtedman of the Univer- 
sity of Virgiinia and tftt^-time Vir^Mgs^ rtale eham- 
pim at Cru^, Ah« IfartiMz. 

At US-poHBds, vUl be CoticwrigM awl tormerOscar 
Smith gmiipier Stm Perdne, now <tf Ten^e Univer- 
sity. 

BeO^I High School wi^Aim c«»ch Fraak Lipoli 
and Martin wiU vnsUe for tte cM> at IM-pounds. 
Lipoli coaGted M NorM CtttoUc Wd «u an as- 
sistant at T«i^« bdott smU^ to Battel. 

Tlw club IMS three prasible starters at Mt-pouads, 
i«;lMUq! KemycvlUe grappUag mentor Keith Lowrance. 
Lowrehce flashed third is the naU(»aU twice while 
wr^li^t for Vieh^n State. Ctmip^iag for tte spot 
will be three- time All>AMpteu Martin ^kMp from 



Tlw fiMl two weight classes will feature former 
Granby beavyweigfti Baiter Brown, now of Indiana 
Staie,' at 2^poiia^; and IVn teatbern Cooferetwe 
imlintted tltlist from WiUiam a»l Mary Rick Di«on. 
wKstUng in tte wtimited spot tor tte Virginia team 

William and MM>y *m Indiana State s Ddve Martin 
Martin was a fow-time state champ at Granby 

At M-pouids will be tormer Kellam wrestler John 
Akins. Aklns now wrestles lor the Camden County, 
!I.J., Cmnmwity C^l^e taim. 

Former Princess A^St^ titUst Lotmie.Galldgher 
kis niled down the ItO-pcwnd slut on tiie club 
Gallagher was the naticwal freestyle rluimp while 
at Virginia Tech. 

Old Dominitm University assidait wresthnf; coach 
George Boos wffl wrestle at lW-p«inds for the team. 
Em)s graduated from Granby and Slithery Rock, Pa.. 
State Coltegf . 




Summer swim 
fun taking a 

competitive 
edge 



More ttan 400 . . 
swimmers from Virgiiria 
Betdi got their feet wet 
last .«Mk«id when theVir- 
gioia BMCh Swim League 
kicked (tf its fifOi season. 



The six-team leagve 
formal in 1911 to ftoUde 
a eta^Mtivte ' swIinUbg 
pmgaui tor jro^, in- 
cln^s team* fttim Alaaton, 
AUaglni Vyiage. Carolan- 
ne Farms, PemlirolceMea- 
dovs Sures, Oe«lia and 
Green Ron. The Ittgne 
started with only three 
teams in 1971 hot hasa«kled 
a new clob each summer. 

Meets 1^1 sUrt at 1:30 
h.m. every Saturday at 
three area po<ris vberetwo 
teams compete in 56 differ- 
ent events. 



Cidklm aad ideals 
corap^e in four dUferent 
age pVMDs—S ami mider; 
9 aad 10; II tol4:i»dl4 

to 17. 

LASt weekend, Alanton 
outfeorM Canzone Far- 

bniw Mitde^^UM OBt> 

31«-1H. tit&*m*m^ 

postpcMd atfO today. 



The next meets . are 
slated Jiljr 12. ftmbnAe 

at GrMAOm, AbN^wm- 
lagt i«ttnf^toAl«riot 
and (^rchhne Fanu «ttl 
vidtOtMot. 

nm toagnecfcam^oMMp 
metf is Ht to Aug. 9 at 
CandtMe Farms. 



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SALEJOA>f S: Today thru Sun., July 6 




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No one to play with 



Alate with his thou^s and a myriad ' 
of soccer balls, a tuckered out soccer 
player watches his teammates on the 
field during the final league games ■ 
played at Al Albert's soccer clinic on 
the Virginia Wesleyan College cam^s 
last week. Albert, the soccer coach at 
Wiliiarn and Mary, spoitsors the clini^ 
each year for boys from 8 to 18-years- 
old. 



Blue Jays lead in lacrosse 



The Virginia Beach 
^nmer Lacrosse L^ifoe 
skifted into its ^cond week 
oi acti(w Sunday with the 
BMe Jays taklW over first 
{riacc tqr stq>pi^ Coach 
Tom McHogh's W^i^ttck, 
10-9, on a last mimit#» goal 
by Scott Lindsay of theNa 
val Academy. 

The Blue Jays »ere led 
mainly by Larry Mich 
oloson's five goals and the 
two goal two assist per 



formance of RuAis Parks 
The squad is nrw» 2-0 while 
the Woi^ck goes down to 
a 1-1 mark 

In the secoid game of 
Sywlay's double-header. 
Coach Jack Moriarty's Ar- 
rows piit it to U!e luckless 
Terps, 10-7. Jolm Willcox 
and Phil St«Uast combined 
for a five gtal attack, and 
Stedfost adUtiooally was 

r>r«1it««(1 with two assists 



in pacing the win. 

Sunday, the lacrosse 
summer league action wtti 
continue with the Blue Jvft 
taking on the Arrows at 4 
p.m. The Terps — nowft-2 
-- will meet tbeWoUpaek 
at 6 p.m. in the sectml ; 
match. All games are 
played on the Lynnhaven 
Jwior High School athle- 
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O'Hara signs with ODU Better luck next time 



While teammate Bobby 
Harrison still mulls over 
an ofter tnm Nortb Carr 
oUm aat«, Kempsville 
r^-to^er Scdt O'Hara 
S^May n^ wttCMcti 
tadMetMeay and OU^i 
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O'Hara became IM first 
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Bay ^rlow's 15'?'; sfuti 
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Above, Coimcilman Floyd Waterfield 
(left) reminisces witti FraNc Caddy of 
Bead) Ford. 

Below, Kaiheryn Hutdiinson, now wife 
of Bea<^ Planning Commission member 
J. Harry Mote, listens intently to tg\ 
old friend. 




In 1955, the tiny, unmerged City of Vir- 
ginia Beach was home for less than 
10,000 people, and surrounding Princess 
Anne Cowity had a population of less 
than 50,000. 

y It was tfie year of ducktails, Adiai 
^evenson, Dwight Eisenhower and the 
classic '55 Chevy. Fashionable students 
wore Jantzen sweaters and %)aulding 
shoes. (If you didn't have them, you 
borrowed them.") 

Songs tike T-Sve Lett^llHl 
and musical stars such as Bill Haley 
and the Comets were popular, and after 
the sock hop or the ferry ride, girls 
had to be home by 11 p.m. 

That year also marked the first grad- 
uating class of Princess Anne High 
School, formed one year earlier by the 
merger of old Kempsville, Creeds and 
Oceana High Schools. 

Saturday night in Virginia Beach, 127 
of tttose gradjates of Princess Anne 
High School and Doumar's Drive-in Re- 
staurant had ttieir first reimion, some 
seeing each other for the first time 
in 20 years. 

"We've gotten better looking," said 
9)irley Jackins (now Mrs. Thomas Mc 
Crea) of Philadelphia, Pa. 

"I knew people would recognize me," 
remarked Leon Piper, now of Anna- 
polis, Md. "I haven't changed. It's every- 
body else that's changed." 

In fact, thou^, some things had chang- 
ed and others had not. One of the two 
Eddie Barnes still twitches his nose 
after 20 years. But Roland Harris of 
Edgewood, Md. , was voted "changed the 
most" when he removed his toupee. 
One observer commented, "The biggest 
party boy in class is now a minister." 

The class of '55 has produced one set 
of twins, a grandmother, a Beach city 
councilman and a member of the Vir- 
ginia Beach' Planning Commission. J. 
Warren Littleton, v^ was principal 
of Princess Anne then, is now direc- 
tor of transportation for the city's piA- 
lic schools. 

Punge Councilman Floyd Waterfield 
observed his classmates of 20 years ago, 
"The girls look better, but I don't know 
^at I can say about the men." 

Katheryn Hutchinson, better knowm now 
as Mrs. J. Harry Mote, wife of tl» 
Planning Commission member, planned 
tt»e arrangements for the reunion Satur- 
day at the Ft. Story Officers' Club. 

All but nine of the 174 graduates 
were contacted, said Mrs. Mote, and 
127 attended, including one from Oregon, 
Ida Faye McMath, now Mrs. Steve Bar- 
rett. Mrs. Barrett, her classmates de- 
cided, had changed the least over the 
20 years. 

"After ^u've sewi ever^jody a few 
times, you knew they'd lcx>k like Ms," 
Mrs. Barrett said. "The girls look a 
little better than the boys." 

And as one class member observed, 
looking back on the W years that had 
seen the death of the jittertMjg and tl^ 
birth of ttie Big Mac, "It's the next 
M years that will 0t us." 




Ida Faye McMath, now Mrs. Steve Bar- 
rett of Oregon, was voted least changed 
by her classmates of 20 years ago. 
"After you've seen everytwdy a few times, 
you knew they'd look like this," said 
Mrs. Barrett. 



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TODAY 



PSOUA^ FfMniDAlKMI 

ne Tidewater Ouj^er of tlte Nattonai Psoriasis 
Foundation will meet 8 p.m. today at the Yirgiaja 
B»cb Geaeral Hospital, lOO) First Colcnial Road. 

UBRAHT FILIB 

Tbe VirgiBia Beach ttraoch library will show child- 
ree's films at 11 a.m. toitoy. Scheduled are "Cross- 
town Adventure," "Little Dog Lost," and "DrapM 
in a Wagon. 

CRAFTS F(» SENK»S 

The Virginia Beach Dc^rtmeot ol Parte and Re- 
creation will siXMSOT crafts, cards and games for 
senior citizens at 10 a.m. today at the StarcrfOe 
Sea CathoUc Church, Pacific Av«ue. 

PATmOTIC PEOOAM 

The Virginia Beach Department of Parks and Re- 
creation will sponsor a patriotic program 10 a.m. to- 
day lor senior citiaens at the presbyterian church, 
620 Kempsville Rd. 

'TSS. FANTASnCKS' 

The Iforiott Theatre Center will present tbe musical 
"The Fatftestidcs" witb the American Cancer Society 
8 p.m. tonight at 345 W. Freemasoo St. Ridanl 
Cringle of Virginia Beach will i^y the leading 
role. Tickets are $4 for adults and $3.50 tor stadeiAs 
and military personnel. 

REOiCASMATMNI LECTURE 

A tree lecture on "Reincamatira" will lie 3 p.m. 
today at the Association for Resoirch ani Enli^- 
oraeat mini-auditorinm, 67th Street and Atlantic 
ATenue. 

'KISS ME. KATt' 

The Little Theatre of Vin^ Beadi will pre- 
sort the musical, "Kiss Me, Kate' 8:45 p.m. ton^ 
at the theatre, 24th Street and Barberton Drive, 
lockets are |3.7S for adults and $2 for stndnts. 
Group rates are available. For reservaticos, call tte 
theatre at 428-9523. 



Thursday 



MUSIC AMD DRAMA 

- Tbe Canvaa Ctoir and Players a< Glen Dale West 
l(irginia United Methodist Church will present music 
and drama 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Virginia Beach 
United M^hodist Church, 207 18th St. 

EXERCKE 

\ The Virginia Beach D^artment of Parks and Re- 
fnaUem-mm apo^orj^rcise witt BicUf at 10 a.m. 
Thursday at tbe WesTHn Baptist CInnC Woodstock 
M Providence Road. 



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MEIUTATKW LECTURE 

"Eqterieaces in Meditation" wiU be pre^irted at 
the Assocatim /or Research and ^^fitamtmA iy 
Dr. Hugh Lynn Cayce 8 p.m. Thir^ay fim Sreet 
and Atlantic Av«)ue. Admission is ^ tp piMle and 
$1.50 lor students. 



'THE FAMTASnCKS' 

Tbe Norfolk Tbeatre Center will ^>es«it the musical 
"The Fantastlcks", 8 p.m. Thursday at the theatre 
at 345 W. Freemason a. See today's listii«. 



I»EAM LECTURE 

A free lecture <a tbe "^gnifteaara at Dreams" 
will be 3 p.m. Thursday at tte Association for Re- 
search and j^J^rteoMat niid-aaditoriuffl at 67th 
Street and Atlantic AveoM. 



'nss M^ kah' 

The Little TkMtre of Vtrginia Beach wiU pre- 
sent the nHitieal,1Usa Me, Kate". 8:« Thursday 
night. See today's Uattai. 



FRIDAY 



BIBLE LECTURE 

The Association for Research and Enl^eaoent 
will iveseirt a free lecture on "The Bflile" at its mini- 
anditoriura at 67th Street and Atlantic Avenie 3 p.in. 
Friday. 



'KISS ME, KATE' 

The Virginia B«ich Little Tteatre wiU presort 
tbe oansical, "Kiss Me, Kate", 8:45 p.m. Friday 
irt the theatre at 2«h Street and Barberton Drive. 
See today's listing. 



'THE FAMTASnCXS' 

The If<n^lfc Theatre Ceirter will present tbe masical 
"Tbe Fantastida", 8 p.m. Friitay at the theatre at 
345 W. Freemason St. See today's Usti«. 



CHRISIUlf mOITATHMf LECnSE 

"Chinese and Tbe Christian MeiUatton" wiU be 
INreseoted at Hw Association for Resenrdi and Qh 
lighteuDMrt 8 p.m. Friday by Dr. Hu^ Lynn Cayce 
at the awtttorinra, 67th Street and Atlantic Avenue. 
Admisadon is |3 adults and |1.50 for stadente. 



MxsnciECxims rz^ 

"The Mystie and Psychic DimensldB of Man" lec- 
ture wOl be preseirted igr Dr. Charles Thomas Cayce, 
8 p.m. Friday at the Association tor Research and 
Enlightenment. Admissions is $2 adnlts, 11.50 tor 
studeirts. 



SATURDAY 



'IVE FANTASnCKS' 

The,Nortolk Theatre Center will present the 
masical "Tte Fantastieks' 8 p.m. Satunky at the 
tteatre, 345 W. Freemascm St. See todays li^ii«. 



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: wanted* 

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M the same time. 

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D.C. 20013. 

Your l»lp b very much 
vi«int«l. 



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'nS MS, KATE' 

Tbe Tlffft^ Beach Little Theatre wUl present 
the m^al, "Kltt Me. Kate". 8:45 p.m. Saturday 
at tte ttentre at 24tt Street and terberton Drive. 
Set today's Ustii«. 

USRAXSVUMS 

CbUdiw's films WiU be i^eseMd at the Wind- 
sor Woo^ b*«ndi lA the Virginia Beach PAllc 
yiMrary U a.m. Situnby. See today's listing. 



ARELKTDRE 

A free lecture on "Studying Your Dreams" will be 
3 p.a. Satarday in tbe mini-aaditorinn of tbe As- 
sedatiM tor Researdi and EnligttMmert, 67tt Street 
and Atlantic Avenue. 



ntlAMraOGRAM 

"Iteenms — and the ^dtol '76' wiUbe|H%- 
serted ti the Associatka tor Resan^ and Enl^- 
enacot, 67tt Street and Atlantic Avonw, 8 p.m. 
Saturday bj Shirl^ Winston. AilBlsstonis$2toradidts 
and II tof stodeots. 



SUNDAY 



THE FARTASnOCS 

The Morfoft l^artre Center wUl preset tbe musi- 
cal "The Fa nti airt te ks "I p.m. Smday at tte ttentre. 
AdmlstioBs is $4 ^ntts 13.50 students and raiUUry 
personei. Sea today's UsUat- 

REnCAUUTKHf PROCaUM 

Tbe Anodatioa tor Research and Bii?»t^tf»B i f irf 
will praaa a t a free lecture on "Reincarnation" 3 
p.m. Sbndiv in tts mini-anditorimn, 6?tt Street and 
iUlantle/ 



REncARNAnnf lecture 

"Reincarnation: Awakening Healing Patterns from 
Our Past Livn" will be presented by Mark Thurston 
at 8 p.m. Smiday at tbe AssociatiaB for Research 
and Enlightenment. 67tt Street and Atlantic Avenue. 
Admissiou is |2 and stederts |1. 



MONDAY 



CARDS AMD GAMK 

Hie Virginia Bench Dqiartment of Parks and Re- 
creation will sponsor for senior citizens cards and 
games, 10 a.m. Monday at the West Hill B^itist 
Ctaoidi, Woodstock and Providence Road. 

TEMMIS TOORRAMEIITS 

The Virginia Beach DqpartoiMt af Parte and S^ 
creation will sponsor a temis toamaraeat Moiriay 
at Princess Anne High School, 4400 Virginia Beach 
Blvd. 



ESP LECTURE 
A free lecture on 



'ESP- will be 3 p.m. Monday 



at the A8«>cuu(m lor KesarcB and Enltabtaieihent 
nM'iadltoriam, 67th areet and AtlaMe Avenne. 

mnaamwLVicmaamss 

lie TiifUto Bent* Recreatton OcpartaMrt will 
^pwvlse Mamer ^ygieoads A elenentery scbo^ 
in Vitfinla B«idi Moaiiy tfenn^ Frttey from I 
a.B. to I p.m. toattttBK qwdal itferest ynfanu 
in arts and eraits, baraa, draaiaties, gtttr, Im 
dancing. 



TUESDAY 

WKCARS 

The Tifftaia Beadi Department of Paries ahd Re- 
ereatiim irtll ^onsw a s»ior ettisM provraai tor 
wig ore and eye make-q>, 10 a.m. Tneaday at tbe 
PNabfterian Ctarch, 6^ Kempsville Bowl. , 

uTOPnxauM 

The Viii^iria Beach City P«Mic Scboids Plaaet- 
arin win iir«Mnt -Of 'mvp TM Pass bi tte Mgir' 
7 p.B. Tuesday at Pbn Jwiiin- High SOMA, MM 
S. Lynnhaven Road. Admissions is free. Fn- re- 
servatiia caU 416-1971. 

K-l LECTURE 

Tbe Viiftata Beach Ptdice IMvisiM wiU give a 
K-8 le^ffe and denMnstrrtion 7:30 p.m. Tuesday 
at tbe ThaHa Lianhaven Baptist Church, 43K Vir- 
ginia Bea<A ra«d. For totter titformation contact 
Lt. Benne, 42%-44M. 

ARE HUTRITKHf LECTUUE 

The Assodation tor Research and EnUgbtenaent 
WiU presot a Dree lecture on "HeaUb and Natri- 
tiflo — Edpir Cayce Readings' 9 p.ni. Tnaadn 
in tte ARE nini-an^wtaai, 67tt Sirert and At- 
lantie/ 



NEXT WEEK 



MmsHimEx Moats 

Giria between tbe ages <rf 17 and 20 may rei|MSt 
invitatiaas to Midshipmen Misers scheduled July 
10 at tbe (MScers CM at Little CnA Itaval An- 
pUfeions &we. Mme ibu 1.300 midshipmen wUl be 
aadergidng tntab)^ K tbe base under tbe Navy Re- 
serve (MOmts TraiainK Carps ^rognm. For in- 
vitations, contact the priMic affairs officer at 464- 
7923. 

OLD VOKLD CRAFTS 

The WifttU Bench D«nrttMHt <tf Pufcs and Re- 
creatiiM Md tbe tonnden of tbe Firrt Bndc Bay 
Folk Arts ,^R#vd Witt waum n danonrtratton ol 
rani and W^alt tamH^xmi hf a «k con- 
cert-fram It 'ft'.sr.'te f'^a., PrtaMSs AanePark, 
July 12 and 1^. 

GARISH CLUB MEETDfC 

Tbe Sannwr Bonrd Menttag of tbe Garden Clnb 
of Tirglaia wUl be July 12tt at 10 aji. tt tte con- 
ference room of tbe Aeraton MoM. 



FOR THE RECORD 



TIDEWATER CITiZEB COAUTKm 

July 10 is tbe deadline tor reservations to- a 
July 22 trip to Richmond to proteat pro|iosed Vir- 
ginia and Electric Power Co. rate increases be- 
fbre tte State Corporatioe C(»Bniission. The Tide- 
water Citizens Coalition is ^oittoriag a bus to tbe 
trU>. Roiad-tr4> tidtets are |S. Buses wiU leave tbe 
Sherton Hotel eidrance at Mllttary Circle Sbonrf^ 
Center at 8 a.m. and return at 7 p.m. Partic^ants 
should bring a bag lunch. For more iaf(ntnatioB con- 
Uct Virginia GaUoway 486-6288 or Pat Breland, 
340-6659. 

OITERMEMT VICE-PRESIDEMT ELECTED 
Charln C. Kir^trick, presided ot R<»ewood 

Memorial Part has been elected first vice-presi- 

dort of tbe Pre-Arraagement Interment Association 

of America. 
Kirkpatridi has served (» the board of direc- 

tOTs for tbe association tor tbe past five years and 

also was past president of tte Virginia Cemetery 

Association. 

FRIENDS OT ASTROLOGY 

Hie Friends of Astitdogy Rudy Groqi held their 
regular meetiag Tuesday at tbe Virginia BeachSavi]«s 
and Loaa, Ararm AopiriBg Ceida-. ^leaUag before 
tbe gt«m> was Jtqra Kraaaer, atti^r of tte Unity 
Cbnreb. on tte sobject -Proqmity ConsdMness.' 

VntGaOA TECa STUiaaiT KNKMED 

Vin^ria Tech rtudert JnUa C. Frazier irf Vir- 
igiaia Beach was named wiimer d the James W. 
Dean Award for outstanding work at the Universubr. 
Ms. Frader is a junior. 




WE'RE 

NAME 

DROPPERS 



Wc'TO dnyped "bbdesalc' from 
omr name a^ a iinrter <d a eobiry 
flf hnsiaaai as Itoflontoad WbelMale 
Fanlttre C^. We're ta tte rsMl ta«- 
itire bndans with Ug diramts an 
uae tottd tonlta^ hediUag and car- 
P«t. 

naiionai 



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TaafcVarita. tie Slit 



CAIffiTCAPTAOf 

Midael G. Tate of Virginia Bendi bas baai prant- 
ed to tbe raidc of cadet capttin aad n^^ental ei- 
eentive officer in tbe TMI Cc^ of Cndett. 

A dsnn's list stadod in eeaoMites be is enroU- -. 
ed ta tbe araor bramA of tbe Aray BOTC prtana \ 
at VMI. He is tbe son of Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Tttt 
of 3717 Glaitotone Drive, Virgiida Beach. Tate grad- 
uated tram Kdlam High Scbod! 



RJR0TCCADLT8 

llw Prtacen Anne Comi^ Chapter, Dam^tes of 
tbe American Revotatian, laescated tea hitBM medals 
to NAOTC cadets in N(»fidk aad VitgMa Beaeb. 
Virginia Beach cadets ree^ving aeitels indndndCadet 
Earign Suaa Bistmp, PrincMs Aaae Higb Sebool: 
C$fM Lt. Ci^. Gtrj Tboaaa BorT^aaTTir^ Col- 
(Bial H^ Sduol: Cad^ U. Edward Held, Bayside 
H^ Sehod; Caitot Lt. Cmdr. Mdite Fisher, ftrilaa 
Hi0 Sdool: QMM U. Cadr. Dsa Waba Wdls Jr., 
Cox mgft Sf^txA; nd QM U. Mi<Aiti L. VoiAt 
KeapsviUe H^ Siteal. ^^' 

CUB scon Moc in 

Cab ffiwnt ftw* 425 fftmbinwl bmrinrst and nlaasure 
Jbm ZZ wbea tbey held tteir mimf aeeSg tf 
Redwing ftriL "ne pad met to' a pieaie Mkwad 
by aa wnkmf dai»aatrattoa bjr tte Prineais Ane 
BowmoL A anaber tf ooideats wen hdd ten^- 
ont the ni^e iKladiag a pie e^[ ce^st aad 
field and teadt ev«ds. 

lie ^m^ of tte picnic m* tte annto e««- 
aoa^. T^idd 1^mrl«i and John teilawoad leeatvad 
Bobcat taatt^, and Greg Scott and Sttna V«s re- 
cdved tt^ Bear bad^. Evan Wdab reedved Us 
Benr badge* one geld aad one sUva- arrow. Tenay 
He^ re^ivdaoMyearBin. JeHQusaAy, TcBUiy 
aqdwa, ibKttf VUM aad DarreU Sterard receiTCd 
the WifedM athlete |da. Aadrew Cr»stew recdved 
tbe attMe Md admlirt pla. 

Pack 4SS had sevwral winner« to tte recant ^MA 
Pinewood Rocket Derby at Penlutite MaU. Aaftww 
Cr»slBV woa fird place and Steve WeUs seeoad ta 
tbe 9-year oM MfMam. Seve JMsop woo seeoad 
^a(^ ia tte l-year oU ttvistoa, aad Jdl Caanday 
tooii secoM ta tte 10 yar Mg. 

noKta uam plaza gaudeh club 

Tte PrtacMs Ane Plan Gardan Clidi bdd tts aa- 
^1 - M. and ta^UMha ot OlksMt taacbeai oa 

Jui. Tiv^ frai. Hew oBk^n are 

Mrs. u. , Mrs. CtariM D^, 

first i4ee-|K«siaeii4, ,. uw» Grew m, SMoal 
viee-^vidde^ Ifrs Ronald BrMdaU, re<»nU% sec- 
retary; Mrs. Mdard Quaon, eorre^onding secre- 
tary; Mrs. George B«iddl, treamrer; udMrs.GleLa 
McCainan, cM) partiaa^ariaa. 



.. nay te MbaaittN to Sv ttal % _^. 
Please mU ^»r a^ to §m1iU, Vir^ria Baaeh 
Sm m Re t eaoat Road, Vfri^da leadi Va. S14U. 
OnnMae is lana Frtday ptlsr to tte week ef p*^ 
ttnttaa. 



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Brides 




Larkin - 
Dobyns 



EUttbeOi Martta Doliyiis 
aad dram Clement LatUd 
Jr. wen aarrted Jim Zl 
at LMlnetM Presiqrteriaa 
Churcb. 

Tte Mde to ttc daugh- 
ter sf Ori. aad Mrs. ^tn- 
uel W. Dobjru of Leztnc- 
too. Tke peon ia Oe km 
of Mra. Glravd C. UrkiB 
(tf Pearisbarg' 

Tiw maM (rf honor «ui 
llanr Sums Do^raa, aad the 
hrUwonMa were Martha 
Dobma anl Jean Wheeler. 

lie boil lua was WU- 
Uam n. Towlw tf RlehBWHl, 
aid lAwv were ForrMt 
M. NorvlUe of HeapUs, 
Dooald E. Schata of Tir- 
Eiiria BcMh, M. Eaieneaa- 
art of Priarti ud H. Lyn- 

Ot SHttNUT, 




Helms 
Rice 



The teide «tt irwtaated 
troB llanr Balvta CoUege 
aad the iroon vaa a gnd- 
■ate fron ifce OMversity 
oi VlTfWa and the tlaiver- 
rttjr of TeaMCsee CoUege 
of Law. 

ne 000^ «m radde 
ta VirgteU Beach. 



Harraden - 
Evans 



CntUa L. Evans and Fred 
C. Harrid<B were auirried 
Joae a at the LyaiftaTeH 
(Man United Charch of 

The brUe is Hw dawgMsr 
<tf Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Evans, 
tarn aaadalwood Rowland 
Ow grooaUttemolMr. 
aad Mrs. F. C. HuradM 
o(PalawB,CoM. 

The MM of 
Pat ndbroak. Bridesaiaids 
were Lisa Mostamery, 
Adde Crowpy aad mrMra 
Mmw. 

Be^ laao waa Stewart 
Morse. Uafeers were Char- 
les Basktei, Davtd Hawlak 
and Wbodrow WUan. 

The coqile will mide 
hiTirgWillpn 





MBS. HAKUUMQI 

Melquist - 
Fargo 



Jaditt Elaiae Fatgo aad 
Itoit Edward Moivdatwwe 
SMCried May 17 rt the 
C|ar<fc ff MsaaC^nM of 

towa, M.T. 



nehrtdaisthedugWn- 
of Ms. Jeaaae Carlson of 
nxi^ala Bea^a^ Robert 
Faifo of Faleoaer, M.T. The 
gnxMB is the soa itf Mr. 
mi Mra. Robnl Mdqnlstof 
JaoMttowa, R.T. 

mr*. Dale Melqoiat was 



MRS. tfCBELAOER 

Uebelhoer - 
Basgier 



Lyane Marie Basgier and 
Wlllian Edward Uriieltaoer 
w«w narrted JiAe 21 in St. 
HlAidas Catholic Charch, 
Vlniala Beach. 

The bride is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
James Baxter of Virginia 
Beach, and the groom is the 
son of Mr. aad Mrs. Earl 
F. UAlriioer of Hamilton. 

Father Bonavrature Hid- 
iU was the celM>rant of the 
anptial omss and doable ring 
cereBKMqr. 

The maid of honor was 
Karen Aaae Ba^er, and 
the bridesmaids were Mrs. 
(^rt T. Blevias of Blacks- 
burg, Wendy Syoder of Vir- 
rtda Beach, Mrs. James 
Basgier of Richmond and 
Mra. Steven Nelson at 
Hamiiloa. 

The best man was Mil- 
toa Brace of BerwiiA, La. 
Uahera were Richard Bas- 
gier and Robert Basgier of 
Tlrgiaia Beadi, James Bas- 
gier of RlchBond, Ste- 
vea Relsoa of Bamiitoa and 
John Ma^ of Reisterstowa, 
Md. 

Fcdlowiag a recqitioo at 
the Cavalier (kdf aad YacU 
CWb, the eoiqile left for a 
wad^ag tr4> to the mooa- 
taias. The eoniile will re- 
side to Virgiaia Beach. 



Swartz - Atkins 



Sandra Jeanne Rice and 
Lee Tbomas Helms were 
married Jane 28, at Eastern 
Store Chapel in Virginia 
Beach. 

The bride is the former 
Miss Viitiinia Beach of 
'71 - '73 and is the daugh- 
ter of Mrs. Smith Van Kirk 
of Virginia Beach. The 
groom is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. TImmas Christo- 
idier Helms of Lynchburg, 
Va. 

Maid of b(mor was Janet 
Fishel of Vinsinia Beach, 
and braidesmalds were Jen- 
nifer Hafling and Melinda 
Jones of Virginia Beach, 
Anne Cooper of Lyncbbarg, 
Jackie Grabam of Farm- 
ville, DorU Smith of Wil- 
son, N.C., Mrs. Mary Lei- 
ghton O'ConnellofRicbmood 
and Mary Carter of Char- 
lottes vlUe, 

Best man was Thomas 
Christoidier Helms, and 
ushers were Wayne Helms, 
William Coc^r and Michael 
Owen of Lynchburg, Fred 
Helms of Roanoke, Steven 
Richards of Atlanta and 
Je^y Moss of Fredricks- 
burg. 

A recq>tion was held af- 
ter the ceremony at Cava- 
lier Yacht and Country Club. 
"The couple traveled to Sea 
Island, Ga. for their wed- 
ding trip. They plan to re- 
side in Ricbmoiui 




MRS. raun 




Bruner 
engagement 



QapMa and Mrs. WU- 
liam D. Brnaer, 6317 Dick- 
inson Way, Virginia Beach, 
announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Rebecca 
Gail, to Augustus H«U7 
Haydeo V., sob of Mr. and 
Mrs. Hairy Haydea IV. ot 
Portsmoolh. 



The bride-to-be Is a grad- 
uate of Kempsvllle Hi^ 
School and attends Vlrgiida 
Wesleyan College. 

The groom -to-l>e is a 
graduate of W.A. Berry High 
School in Birmingham, Ala. 
and the Unlveraity of Tenn- 
essee, Knoxville. He is em- 
ployed by American Home 
Foods, Inc., in Portsmouth. 

In Aug. 30 wedding is plan- 
ned at the Naval AmpUbions 
Base Chapel, LitUe Creek. 



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I WMW Peggy Reardoa, 
Pnadae Plaxsa aad Sherri 
GattraMi. 

The best ana was Dale 
Melqii^ ud ashera wen 
Briaa aad Gary UOf^M 
aad Chester Barv^. 

Tiw telde gia da s ted Ittwa 
IMMrn ffighSAool and is 
en^iioyed rt Jaae^omiSav- 
Ing aad hSut. The grocm, 
a Falodeer H^ Sdmtf 
gradaate, is Hunger of 
laatad^ FrM (MUm ta 
Latowood, R.T. 



Regtaa Lyu Attias aad 
Ira Mure Swarts were Bur- 
ried #n»«l,nat tte Keiq>s» 
viUe Prabysterlaa Charch, 
Virglaia Beach, bf Rev. 
David Aadorsaa. 

The taide is the daoghter 
of Mr. aad Mra. Reginald 
Caii Attlas, aad the groom 
is the son of Mr. and Mra. 
Pad Swartz of Virgin^ 
lieach. 

The Biaid of honor was 
Nancy Elaine Atkins. 
BrM—aids wera Donna 
Carlsoa Hardy aad Joretta 
tpnm. 

Ronnaa nunberg served 
as bast Bua, aad the nslwra 
WilUaiffl Allen Ayera 



and Rail* Vigilante Jr. ot 
Norfott^ , - • n 



Tbe bride is a gradaate 
of Cox High School and works 
at Atlairtic Permaneat Sav- 
ings and Loan. The groom 
was graduated from Maury 
High School and is employ- 
ed by the Community Men- 
tal Healtb and Psychiatric 
Institute. 




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ORDER OF PHBLICATIO'^ 
In the Clerk's OHlce of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach on the 
2«h &y of June, 197S. 
BlSMhe Reicha, 
PUlntUf, 
against 

Charl» Retdtt, 
Dcfendart. 

The oblect of tbis suit 
la to (^ia a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tte said defeMtant, ^lofltbe 
grouads of desertion. 
And aa affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that the defendant is anon- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last lnK>wn 
post office address being: 
Box, USNFO Attiens, Gre- 
ece, FPO New York, it is 
ordered that he do aiq)ear 
here within 10(Ten) days 
after due publication her- 
eof, awl do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A aw-Teste: JOHH V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Bryd^ A Rni^ins, Atty. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23451 

VBS July 2,9,16,23, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 21th 

day of June, 1975. 

Diane Kennedy Bobart, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Philip Harris Bobart, 

Defeidairt. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
gnnmds of continous sep- 
aration for more than one 
year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, his 
last known post office add- 
ress being. 11 Brockway, 
Virginia Water, Surrey, 
England it is ordered that 
he do aK>ear here within 
ten (10) dayi after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessai7 to protect 
bis interest in tbis suit. 
A coiqr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Albert Teich, Jr. 
705 One Main Plaza East 
Noriolk, Vir^nia 23510 

VBS July 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 



The SM, July 2, IW? - *■' 

Virginia, the la^ iaum 
post office address b^ag: 
c/o Irene Dlttman; Rural 
Route #3, Boa 27, Ply- 
mouth, iKliana 46563 it is 
ordered that she do a{f)«u' 
here within ten(10}days af- 
ter due piAlieatioe hereof, 
and do what nuy be aee- 
essary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A c<wTeste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Levine t Friedman, Atty. 
505 Plaza One Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

VBS July 2,9,16,23, « 



ORDER OP PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

27tb day of June, 1975. 

Chartes Allen Snyder ,0, 

Plaintiff, 

agaiast 

IMwrah Lee Perry Sayder, 

DOfelKttw. 

The Obleet ci this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from the 
said def»daat, upon the 
grooads of two year sep- 
aratioa. 

Aad u affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of Oe State of Virginia, her 
last kaown post trffice add- 
ress being: 62 Athens Lane, 
Mount Morris, Michigan it 
Is ordered that she do ap 
pear here within ten (10) 
days after due pidtUcation 
hereof, aad do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
iatere^ ia tids suit. 
A oopy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Barrow A Lowe 
3104 Arctic Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

VBS July 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCA-nON 

In the Cleric's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach on the 24Qif' 

day of June, 1975. 

George Louis Trtpodi, 

PlaiMlff, 

against 

Dianne Marie Trtpodi, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo nutrimimll from 
the said defendant, upon 
the gnrands of separation 
for more than one year. 
And an affidavit having 
beoi made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the SUte of 



ORDER OF PUBLICA-nOH 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach rai the 

25tb day of June, 1975. 

Olaf S. Osmundson, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

^erry Martin Osmundson, 

Defendant. 

The oh^ of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce from 
the bonds of matrimony 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grooids of sep- 
aration for over one year. 
Aad an affidavit hav- 
ing been made and ffied 
that the defewtamt is noa- 
resideitt of the State of 
JTirginia, the last known 
'post office address being: 
600 Uarter Blvd., Apt. 
FiOl, BrockvUle, Ontario 
it is ordered that she do 
api)ear here irithin ten^lO) 
(teys after iae publication 
hereof, and tto what maybe 
necessary to protect hier 
iiAerast in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Edwart T. Caton 
P. O. Box 42 

Virginia Beadi, Virgiida 
23458 

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CMIDER OF PUBLICATIOII 

In the Clerks oBlce of the 

Circuit Cwirt of the City 

of VlTfinia Beach, on the 

9th (tay of June, 1975. 

Gary D. True, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jiriith Austin True 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to oMain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Tboro to later 

be merged , from the 

said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion as of 
July «, 1973. 

And aa affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being in 
Florida, to wit: 5107 Homer 
Avenue, Tampa, florida, 
33609 it is ordered that 
she do appear here.wtthin 
Tetf (10) days after (hie 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A coRr-Teste. JOHN V. 
FENTRESS; CLERK 
Stuart R. Hays, Atty. 
4310 Indian River Rd. 
Chesapeake, Va. 2325 

VBS June l»i 25, July 2 
9 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the qity 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

9th day of June, 1975. 

Mary Louise McDonald, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Richard Gleo McDonald, 

Defendant. 

The (rt)}ect of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vincnlo matrimonii from 
the Said defendant, upon the 
grounds of constructivede- 
sertion. 

And an attidaVit hav- 
ii% been made and filed 
that due diligence has been 
used by or in behalf of the 
Complainant to ascertain in 
which county or corp- 
oratioB 2017 Queea Cather- 
ine Ct., Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 
Tea (10)daysaitR7!uepab- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary topro- 
ect his interest in ttiis 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Murphy k Bennett, Atty. 
500 Beach Tower BaikliBg 
3330 Pacific Ave. 
Va. Beach, Virgfida2»lSl 

VBS Jme 18, 2S, July 2, 
9, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKHI 

In the Clerk's OtHce ta 

the Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach on the 

20th day of Jme, 1975. 

Frank Aurelio G<miez, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Teresita Otegui Gomez, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to oUain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii tnm 
the said defendant, qx» the 
grounds of destnUon. 
And an affittvtt hav- 
ing been made aad filed 
that the defendant is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virgiaia, the last kgown 
post office address bbing: 
19861 Vermont Lane, BSB- 
tingtoB Beach, Caliitomia 
92646 U is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
ten (10) days after (fee pob- 
licatioo hereof, aaddowliat 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A coro-Teste' JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLQtK 
MunAy * Bennett, Ltd. 
500 Beach Tower BMg. 
3330 Pacific Avenue 
Vtn^nm Beach, V. »4S1 

VBE June 25, My 2,9,16 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circutt Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach m the 
17th day of June, 1975. 
RefiuM Lee Can», 
Plaintiit, 

agaioM . „ 

Judith Spiodler Cans, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon tte 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit tev- 
ing l>een made and filed 
that the defeufoot is an(»- 
resident of the ^te of 
Vii^inia, the last known 
post office address being: 
113 1/2 West 11th Street, 
Stuttgart, Arkansas it is 
ordered thai ste do aj^p^r 
here w^a ten (10) tteys 
after due publicattoa here- 
of, ami do what nay be 
necessai7 to ^ro^^ ter 
interest in Ois sidt. 
A copy-Teste: JOTN V 
FENTRESS: CLEBK- 
Brydges t Hudgins. Atty. 
1369 LasUa R(»d 
Virgiaia B»di, Va. 

vm Jne S^Mf 2,9,16 
4t 



^mmn of pubucation 

Id the Cleiii's QMce of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia B»ch, on 
tte 18th day of Jwe, 1975. 
Awlrey D. ()ueensberry, 
Plaintifl, 

against , 

Lee QaMt^wrry, 
Defeadart. 

The object td this suit 
is to obfaita a divorce a 
vlncttlQ matrtmonii from the 
said defendant, lyon the 
grooads of constructive de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit hav - 
ing l>een made and filed that 
due diligence has bet^ used 
by or in behalf <a tte Com- 
plainant to iscertain ia 
which county or corpuatiaa 
the defendant is, without ef- 
fect, the last post office 
address being: 102 Kellam 
Aveuie, Virginia Beach, 
Virgiaia it is ordered that 
be do app«ir here witUa 
ten (10) days after due p^- 
li(»tion hereof, and do what 
miy be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest ia this salt. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Rabinowitz, Ratal t Swartz 
Atty. 

1224 Maritime Tower 
NorMk, Virginia SSiU 

VBS June 25, Jaly 2, 9, 
16 « 



ORDER OF PUBUCATK>N 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, oa 

the i6th day of Jme, 1975. 

James Avery Williams, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Winafred Ana WilUams, 

Defeadant. 

The object of this salt 
Is to (Maia a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from tte 
said defendairt, upon the 
grounds of that they have 
lived separate aad i^iart 
since S^ember 3, 1971. 
And aa affidavit hav- 
ing be«i ma(te aad filed that 
the deftedaat is a Bon-r«- 
sUaA of the SMe of Vir- 
paia the last kaoaa post 
difice address beiap 
18816 AIpei«Iow Laaa, CM- 
ney, Brookville, Maryland 
20729 it is ordered that she 
do an>ear here witUa tea 
(10) days after doe pridica- 
tiearHenta, aad doiAatmay 
be necessary to jauttti her 
irterest ia this ssit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FESTRESS: CLERK 
Michael E. Boweraiaa 
15«1^A LasUa Road 
Viigaia Beach. Va. 23452 

VBS Juae 25, Jaly 2, 9, 
IS 4t 



OKDSS. OF nmUCATIOM 

In tte Clerk's Office of tiie 

CIrcatt Coort of the City 

erf Virgiaia Beacb oa tte 

lltt day of Jue, 197S. 

WiHian Alec Sharp Jr. 

PlaMiff, 

acaiast 

Brenda Cheryl Sharp, 

Defeadant. 

Ilie object of ttls salt 
is to oUaia a ttvoree A 
Vyiculo Matrlmoaii from 
the said (tefeniant, qxmthe 
groaads of Desertioo. 
Aad aaaffidavithavlngbeeB 
Bude and filed ttat the de- 
fendaitf is a am-raldat 
of the aate(rfVlr^aia. that 
due diligence has beea used 
tqr or in betelf of the nid 
Complainart to aaeerteia 
wtet cowStj orcorporatiaB 
in wUidi the (Mteadurt re- 
sides without effect, tte 
last post officeadifrasbe- 
ing: 1101 HaraM Drive, 
Nashville, T^neasee. it is 
ortered that she do appear 
here within ten^lO) days 
after due puSlicauoa here- 
of , aad do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this salt. 
A copy-Teste: Join ?. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Bn^es * Hadgias, Atty. 
1369 Lasida Boad 

VBS Jaae 25, Jaly 2,9,1C 



ORDER OF PUBLTCATXM 
' lo-tte Cleit's OOce of tta 
Circuit Coort of tte city of 
Virgiaia Bn(di, oa ttolttt 
day of Jme, 197S. 
Richard Leoo Baraett, 
Platatiff, 
gainst 

Loretta Jean Bornett, 
Defendant. 

The (Aject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Tboro from the 
said defendant, upon tte 
grcwads of deserttoo. 
And an affidavit hav- 
k^ been madeandfiled^ 
the ietmOuk is a otm-ri- 
sident of tte State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 4710 
Pk}mon(km Street, Apart- 
ment 36, VanccNiver, Wash- 
ington 96661 it is order- 
ed Vat she do appear Nre 
wtthin tm (10) (kys after 
tee publication heiW, aad 
do what may be ae»ssai7 
to protect her taterest la 
this salt. 

A cqqr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FEMTRE^: CLEW 
PhlUp H; Myers, Atty. 
1600 E. Little Credt m. 
Norfolk. Virgiua 2SSIS 

*m JWM 18, 2$, My 2. 

9. 4t 



(xtaa OF mmMcktKm 

taltoaeit'sCUlc^tftte 

Ctitm Ooet elite c% a 

Vin^aia B«i^ oatte Ittt 

(byirtJaM, 1975. 

Ne(ite Kyle Huff, 

PlaiMitt, 

againM 

David HaaryRia, 

D^ffitert. 

•m Object (tf ttU mlt is 
to (Mate a tt^ree a am- 
sa et thoro lo Be Ute nw- 
ged ^adiwr^afiBcak) 
natrinoay firaik tte said 
def^aAtfll, 1901 tte grotfab 
ofdesertkm. 

Aid an afA&Mt' Ht* 
ing hew made aadiUid ttat 
(hie (Ul^eaek feu teaa ued 
1^ or tt behalf tf tte Cm- 
lualuid to as^laia ia 
wU(A Coaly or C«ii«ntfton 
the D^ndnt ll. «MMt 
affect, the totf 1eMnNi*»a^ 
Office addrmi h^c: IMl 
Wcfltaiare Boad, VirgiaU 
Beach, VUfi^. 
it is (»deisd ttet he dr 
appMr here vfifeia Ta (1^ 
days after 4sm pittUtttion 
hereof, aad da a4i^ ma$ ta 
necessary to prqled Us in- 
terest tt this salt. 
A copy -I^MteJOan V. 
FENTHESS: CUQRK 
Cos Cos A Cot, At^. 
1518 A&alie Avene 
Virgttda Beach, Virglida 

VBS Jane H, Mj t, 9 
18, 4t 



(ffiOER OF PUNJCAHOII 

In theClnk'sOfOeaaftte 

arcalt Coort of tte Ctty of 

Virginia Bmdk, oaite lltt. 

day fli Jaae, 1179. 

TtercM Lasriter L«ad^ 

Plalatiff, 

acaiart 

Robert Bttrtaa Letefe. 

DaiOMlttf. 

The object attttftattjs 
to aMaia a divorce a aieasa 
et thoro tron tte said de- 
fHKtaat, qMW tte groote of 
desertion. 

And an afOdaitt tev- 
iag boea made aad filed ttet 
(toe dll^Me tea teaa aiBd 
IvoriBteteltefiteCon- 
^^Mot to aac«ittlA^.Ja. 
wUefc eooaty (H- eotfOEitioa 
tte dtfMdaat is, irittoat ef- 
f«et, tte latf kaa«B post 
(rfBMsddrsas taiaK:Bo«te 
2, Bat mo, Lot 7, VtlitBia 
Baaeii, imi^ tt is order- 
ed ttet te do aoMar htfe 
wittia tM ntfSkjt altM- 
(tee pohUcatioa henol, aad 
do iriat auy te aseeasary 
to protect his iata^st ia 
this salt. 

A cooy - teste: XXOf V. 
FOITRESS: CLEBK 
McGeelB aad Mama 
4318 C Virttada BoMfcUvd. 
Viiilnia Beach. Virginia 
23452 

VBS Jaae IS, Jaly 2, 9 
18, 41^ 



(mmsL OF POBLicAiKm 

IB tte Qeit's oacaof tte 
Cireatt Qwrt of tte City 
of Vlrgtate BoftA on tte 
SOtt di9 <X Am, ins. 
JoteW.8itte,Jr., 
Plaiititf, 



Lyadi M. Satte, 



tte oqect of ttls soft 
is. to oMata aa Order 
graaUag putttkii of tte 
IHVplrtT deaerited ia tte 
atbriisd MO ofCiniptalit 
tnm tte aaU deftedaat. 
Aad ta affidavit tev- 
tag beea OMdeMifdaittai 
tte dafoadnt dae dUtgeaee 
has heeaaaedlirorttte- 
half of tte Cotttefaaat to 
aseertaia la «Ueh amtj 
or aH|»ratta tte defn- 
dut is. «ltt Old cOmS. 
tte la^ teom Mrt office 
aaorass o^ig: ma may 
Braack Boad, ApartataH 
101, VlrgWa, Beaek, ftf- 
gtida tt U wdered that ate 
do mpatr ttn aMfeta tea 
{m days after dne pnbU- 
catka henot, aal do «tet 
■ay te aeeesaary to pro- 
tect her interest ia ttds 
salt. 

A ct^'TuHt: .KtBKT,. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Brej^, MdUvyAGw- 
ry, Attjn. 

SittOre^ liPadfieATe. 
Virgiaia Bea<A, Vtiglida 



VBS Jaae tS, Jaty 2.9,16 
4t 



ORDER OF PtmUCATION 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte- 

Cireiiit pourt ^ tte C^ 

of Virgiaia Beatih, oo tte 

6tb day of Jn^, 1975. 

Patricia G. LaForest, 

Plaintiff, 

afloat 

Midiael David UForest, 

Defatted. 

The object of ttis satt 
is to obtaitt adivorcea vin- 
eoto natrtoVBll ftvmtte 
am (Mmm^ use fte 
gnMttte of their Ui^s^- 
ar^ Md ^art wtttoatany 
(^altt^icw aadi«tKNitin- 
teriiviJM tsr a perM of 
two ywrs, as set tatt in 
Semm 20-91 (»),{^(teM 
nifWa, 19SA. asfeneni- 
ed. 

And wiriB*i«teriMtew 
■MaiM Jtted m tte de- 
CbMK te I MkrwMM 
^ tt» MNtfttflVKiMta, 
tt«ilMi teMM |Mt eMce 
addNss te«%: US Qlem 
Strm tern, ftntteviUe. 
Cameki. mi4 tt is or- 
(terad Vut te « ^pnr 

tert mm tea m «m 

lifi'f'ilii jwlillcriiia liai i 
of. Mi do what may be 



aeccssary to protect his 
iMerc!^ in this suit. 
A is^l^rie: JOIW V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
ViBCCTt R. Olivieri, Atty. 
Suite 224 Pembroke two 
Va. beadi, Va. 

VBS Jwe 11. 18, 2S, July 
2 « 



A (»pf-TeMe: 3mm V. 

FENTM^: CLERK 

(Artatle A CMereu. 

Atty. 

245 First <MBamM. 

Virginia BMCh. Vl\234S4 




(XiOER OF roUICATK»l 
la tte Ctek's (Mfice of tte 
Ctrott DMrt of tte City 
<tf VitfUte Bteeh on tte 
2Mi Iky (tf imn, 1975. 
&^M. Carrioo^ 
PbAdUf, 



riUtem C. Carri(», 
D^ntad. 

Ite d^e(^ (rf this sait 
is to obteta a divorce a 
vincido mtrtraoaii from 
tte aaU Mndaid, upon 
tte groaadi at two-year 
s^iaratloa. 

Aad aa afOdavft tev- 
iag toea nude ate flted 
tl^ tte dcitedaat U aaoa- 
nmm of Ow SMe cd 
VtrgWa. tte last kaown 
port omtm address being: 
VR30, HAS, AlttiediL. Cal- 
iforate tt is ordered that 
te do 9pear tere vitUa 
tan(10)daya atM dae pah- 
Ucatiaa howtf. aaddowtet 
oiay te aeceasary to int)- 
toet Us iaterost ia this 
salt. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FEMTOESS: CI^RK 
Ttanas B. Shattlewarth 
Clark. Stdahilter, Hof- 
htteier ASaat 
211 Pembrote Three BoQ- 

Vbftela Beaek. Virgiate 
23M2 

VBS July 2,9,16.23, « 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

la tte Cleit's (Mfice of tte 

Cireatt Coart (rf tte City 

of Virgiate Beach, en tte 

17tt day (rf Jaae, 1975. 

Claries Keaaett Marphy, 

nalatttt. 

agates 

Joaa Posey Murpiqr, 

Defetekid. 

Tte object <a this salt 
te to obtete a divorce a 
et ttoro trom tte 
to te later mer- 
ged iato a decree of di- 
v(8«e a Tiaado awtriawii 
at ite pnver tiaM from tte 
aid daftteaat. qioa tte 
craoada of deserttoa. 
Ate aa sffidaTtt tev- 
iag teea mde aad filed 
Vut tte dtfeadant te a aon- 
retidtet of tte Oate of Vir- 
giate, tta last kaowB post 
(rffiee adfreas tetag: 
809 Btaaswidc ^ad, 
BaBteararllandaad 
tt<k|,«Mte«« tefc 4te dQ 
tcftim' ten vittte ten (10) 
days idter dne pridicaUon 
hereof, aad do vkat nay te 
aeccsaary to iroteet her 
tetowttethtendt. 
A eoOT-Te^: J(mH V. 
FEBmSS:CLEBK 
Claite, Slider A Carter, 
Atty. 

5208 Vlni^ Beach Blvd. 
▼filiate Beach, TliglBte 

▼BS Jaae 2S. Jaly 2, 9 16 
4k 



ORDER OF PDBLK:ATI0N 

b tte Out's OtHce of tte 

Circait Coart e< flie Ctty 

of Virgiate Beach, oa tte 

I3tt day (rf Jue, 197S. 

Uartel Elisdiett Bowers. 

Ptelstiff, 

apiast 

Gerald Aatfeony Bowers, 



Tte (*Ject of thte satt 
te to ehteto a dtmrce a 
viacak) aatrtmoall from 
tte artd dejaadnd, apoatte 
gmads of 2 ytar sqiara- 

ttOB. 

Aad aaaffidavtttevingbeen 
Made ud filed ttet tte de- 
fendant ateaown tt te or- 
dered Oat te do appeu 
here vtthte tea flO) days 
after dne pablicatloa kere- 
«t, aad do ititf mn te 
.aeceasary to protect hte 
intereattatitesatt. 
A ewF-lteto: JQIHI V. 



MUaaiF. 
KSLaaktaBoad 
Virgiiria Beat*. Virgtate 

VBS Jaae IS. 2S, My 2 
». « 



ORDER OF PUBUCA-nOH 

li the CTerk's Office of 

tte Circuit Court of tte 

City of Virginia B^ch, oa 

the 3rd day of June, 1975. 

Raody HiU, 

Platetiif, 

against 

TlereaaAteRiQ. 

Detenteid. 

Tte (Aject of thte satt 
te to a Avorea A Mass 
El Ttero tote Mir omt- 
ged into a IMvorce A Vte- 
eulo MatrtaonU tnm tte 
daid defendant, qxn tte 
groamte of Dewrtioa as 
of May 9, 197S 
And aaaffidavtttevingbeen 
mtee and filed thtf Hw de- 
fenda^ is a non-resid^ 
of tte m^9 et Vir^ite. 
the last known post ^mt 
address te^ 
^15 OWtaM Mw. 
Sprt^. Imu IVn tt te 
w. ..... ttet She 90 appar 

here withte 10 (tea) teys 
after dae pUAeMM h«e- 
of, aad do itel ^y te 
toprt^ ter 



Jtee 11, 18, », Ji 
4T 



(»OER OF POBl^ATIOII 
tatteClerti'sOllteeoftte 
Cireatt Oast of tte City 
of Virgiate Beaek. oa tte 
1^ day d Jane, 1975. 
David M. BteUord, 
FteMlff, 



IWalte Lea BicMUd. 
Oefeadaid. 

Tte obje^ of ttte satt 
te to oUata a divorce a 
viaralo BUdrimoaii from 
tte said dcfeaUtt. voatte 
grouads fd Uvlag separate 
ate apart te neess of one 
year. 

Ate an affidavtt tev- 
ii« bera maiteateflledttat 
tte rtofaartaBt te a Km-re- 
^tattof tteStateofVir- 
gteia, tte test taovB post 
office addms teiag: 6^ 
Radford Drive, Highland 
Haigtts, Okie ttJs enter- 
ed that ste do appear tere 
wittta t« nO) days after 
dae paUteattia hereof , ate 
do what auy te aecMary 
to i»otect ter intemt to 
tktesi^, 

A espir-T^e: JOHN V. 
FEVntESS: CLERK 
Clairte. SiMo- * Carter 
5209 Tirginte Beaek Bite. 
Virginte Beach. Virgtete 

VK Jane 18, 25. Jaly 2, 
9 4t^ . 

(MtDER OF PUBUCATION 

te tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Cireatt Court of tte Ctty 

of Virgiate Beach, oo tte 

2te day of Jme, 1975. 

Marilyn Corbttt Scott, 

Pteiittlfr. 

against 

Williaffl Herbert Scott, 

Defends^. 

Tte (4>Jeet (rf ttite ratt 
te to oMate a dlvwee a 
measa et ttoro from tte 
aid deftedaat. voa tte 
groiiMte of deserttoa. 
Ate aa affitevtt tev- 
teg been aiade ate filed 
tttf tte detaHlairt te anon- 
rMij^ of tte State (^ 
ViivkOa. ^ test kaowa 
post office address betag: 
509 Veraoa Street. Meitta, 
Peaasyhra^ tt te orderte 
that tedoqyearterewttk- 
ta 10 (ta) (teys after thw 
publicatioB tereof, ate dk> 
what nay te necessary to 
proted hte interest in thte 
satt. 

A cofqr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Taytor, Walter, Bernard 
A Adans," 

First AllercteBts Bk 
BUg. 
Norlolk, Viiftete 23514 

VBS Jane 11. 18, 25. Jaly 
2 4t 

OBOES 
VDKmiU: Of TBIE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CraCDIT 
COORT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGnaA BEACH. OR THE 
18 TH TB DAI OF JUNE, 1975 
b re: AdoaOoa of Shun Flt- 
qpatelefcion^ 
By: Joae (IfMN) VtetimiUs 
PetttioMs 

To: Lawreace C. Took 
Bidtetord, Matee 040(S 
teCteacery 
#€-75-873 
Thte dayeameJosefNIon 
Vintlrailte ate, Petttiooers, 
ate represented ttet tte ob- 
ject of thte preceediBg te 
to ^eet tte adopUoo of 
tte above aamte infant, 
Shaa Fi^tfriefc Toai«. Iqr 
Jose (NMN) l^afiniiUa ate 
PhylUs ^Mi Gtedl Vte- 
tlmiUa, hasbate ate wite, 
ate ^ndavtt teviag«^9 
nude ate Ued ttet Law- 
rence C. ToBBg. a aataral 
pareat of said ehild(reB), 
te a aon-resideid of tte 
aate of Vin^aia, tte test 
knowa poid office addms 
k^Bg: Udd^rd, Maine 
0400$ tt te ^eretoreOnter- 
ed ttet tte said Uwmce 
C. Yoaai qpsar teinre tUs 
Co«t wttkta t« (Itn days 
alter pteUeatton of this Or- 
der ate indicate his atti- 
^ttee toward tte pnqnsed 
adqdioo. or othawtee do 
wtet te aecessary to pro- 
tect Us teterest u this mat- 
ter. 

A copy te^: Jote V. Fen- 
tr»s,Cterfc 
JoMVintiflrilk 
^SMHditete 
Va. Beaek, Va. 234S5 

VBS Jmie 25. Jnly 2, 9, 
16, « 

ORDER 

VIRGIHU: IN THE CLERK'S 

OTFKE OF THE COUrUIT 

tXOTlT & TM an OF 

ratGOOK RASLIMnpi . 

19tt CAT OP Ane. Wa. 

te re: Adoptioa of E«- 

wina Lyaa Tdaea 

By: Martte Ge<B^ Joaapk 

KeuMdy ate Carol Aaae 

Tretewen Keoaedy Petl - 

tkners 

To: foaato Steve TMaoa 

298 Seaite Rote 

Faiitera, fieorgli, 

30213 

TUs dif 1^ Iteitti 
Geor^ Joaepk/KenMdy oA 
Cand kmt TnteweU %m- 
PrtttioMrs, ate re- 
tttf Ite a^eet 
ef ttte KocowBit te to d- 



amed iafut, Edvtea l^m 
TMaoa. \fi Martte €Mn^ 
Mac;^ nmmiif miXmi 
kmm Tretewell Hmmedf 
hasbate ate wiie, ate af- 
fbtevtt tevteg be« naite 
and flted tttf bwde ante 
TUaoB, a aataral pareil*^ 
aM child, te a wm-resi- 
dete of tte Sate M Vir- 
gtete, tte tert temm piwt 
oa» teA«ss beiBg:cim 
Senek Bote. Fairbara, ^n* 
gte mil tt te ttenMw 
Onlerte flat tte aU Riia- 
Bte a«N Totem ^gparke- 
Jore flds Court wttldaten 
(W) teys after pi^l^toB 
of Ms Older ate Mh^e 
his/her attttada toward flw 
pn^oste adoftioB, cnrotter- 
wise te what te ae^aary 
to iBOtect hte iiit««tt te 
thte matter 
A OQ^y teste: 
lokn V. Featreas, Clerk 
OoMoar. Piaeas, Kattkt 
1350 Vlrgtea Mat'l Vnk 
Bldg 
Rorfott, Virgtete 23510 

VBS Jae 2^ July 2, 9. 
16, « 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
VOK^HflA: IN TTfE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH 
ON THE 2te DAY OF MAY. 
1975 

W THE MATTO OF THE 
AOOPncm AND CHANGE 
OF NAME OF MEUSSAJO 
ANNEESTUS 

C-74-1165A 
Ttes itey came tte pe- 
tttkans ate represat- 
. te onto tte Coart ttft tte 
object of this pt)cecdiBg 
i& to effect tte adoption 
of tte ideve aamte iaftet 
by JAMES DAVID PIE - 
RCE, tte hateate of tte 
aataral mother of tte said 
infate, ate to <±aflge tte 
name of tte said infkM 
to MELKSA JO ANNE PI- 
ERCE 

An Affidavtt tevii« been 
made ate filte ta tedch 
tte petttioaen verily ste- 
le that tte la^ kBowB add- 
res^irf tte ataral tetter 
te Sr Fawn Aveaae. tel- 
amanca. New York 14779. 
ttte te te not a retident 
of this State, ate that u 
effbrt has be«i made to 
coittact Um by certifite 
mail wtthont success; ttis, 
ORDERED VoMi te appar 
bte>re ttite Coart wtthteta 
(10) teys after pubUcattoa 
of thte Orter ate iadiate 
hte attttnde toward tte pro- 
posed adoptioo atediange 
of aame or otterwisc do 
what te necessary to pro- 
tect hte M^nsA. her^. 
tt te fnrttier(»lDEREDttiat 
tte foregoing portioa of 
thte Orter te pteUtete 
,f)Bi^e a week fQcJtwate- 
eaive wetes te tte Vir- 
ginte Ba<^ An. a news- 
paper tevlag general dr- 
cttlittion te tte Ctty of Vir- 
gtete Beach. Virginte. 
A Can Tate: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 

J(tei B. Ward 
Attorney at Law 
PARSONS, STEFFEN A 
MOORE 
P.O. Box 3321 
Norfolk, Virginte 23514 

rB& Jane 11. IS. tH, July 
2 H 

ORDER 
VntGIMU: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CTTY OF VDtGOnA 
BEACH, <»l THE lOTH 
DAY OF Jmw, 1975. 
b re: Ad(^lon of Maar- 
ea Am Be^oeg ate Me- 
Unte LaB^toeg 
%f: Tinotty Saptoeg ate 
SharlOM TWaltewm, Rep- 
teeg VfXSkionn 
To: DavU Reploeg 
Box 96 
Peytoa, CiA»ado, N831 

te Chancery 
C-75-775 
Thte day came Timotty 
Rqdoeg ateSharleneTinn- 
liasoo R^oeg.. Petttloa- 
ers, ate r^ffoseittte ttet 
tte mt^tAti thte |Ht>cete- 
ing te to effe<^ tte adop- 
tion of tte above amte 
infaat (s), Maurea Ann 
R^toeg ate Melinte Lee 
R^toeg, ^ Timotty Re- 
{tecg ud aurleae Ton- 
llBSon Reiteeg. hribate 
Md wMb, ate atBdavtttev- 
teg bea mate ate fUte 
ttet DavU K^toag, a a- 
taral parent of said cUid- 
(ra), is a aoB-retidat 
<d tte Stete of Virgtete, 
tte teat kainni piMt office 
addrMs beii«: Bat 96, 
Pqrton. Cotorteo, M831 R 
te ttM'^ore Ord^te ttet 
tte said David R^)toeg ap- 
pear tefore this Ckwrt 
wMte ten (10) (teys alter 
jpddlcatioB lA ttte Orter 
ted tetfeite Ids tftltate 
toward tte prq9oate sdi9- 
tkw, or otterwtee do wtet 
te aeeasary to intitect hte 
tetei^ te thte matter. 
A (xvy teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Edward T. Catoa 
P.O. Box a 
Virgitea Beteh, Va. 

VM 3vm 18, 25, July 2 

OBOER 
VOKHinA: Of tVE CL^'S 
OFnCE OF THE dRCUlT 
COITOT OF THE CITY OF 
Vm^IA BEACH, W! 1HE 
litt aiY OF jitne, 1«5. 
te re: AdsftHa (tf Drterah 

tM 



Kara Daise Slperico ate 

&ir!^ An Steerin 

By: WUUUB ta^ftU Jte» 

ate ElizabM Ann Jo^ 

Prtttioaers 

To: Carl KaaM Siperiso 

4n6-«Nhare^ 

San Di^i, CaliMnte 

hCtaneery 

C-75-841 
This day came William 
RasMU Joaa ud EUsateMi 
Am Ana, Petttloima, ate 
r^fes^te that tte teject 
of this proeeediBg te to ^- 
fect tte adivtioB <tf tte 
above nante iateel, Dteor- 
ah Li^l^ilKi,KaraItei- 
ia l^serttoateShitlcyAa 
apate, Iqr WllUam RasseU 
Joaa ate afMtvit teviog 
bea mate ate filte ttet 
Cart KaenMi S^erte, a a- 
tural parent ^ add child 
(ra), te a non-raid^ of 
tte »ite of Virgtete. tte 
laM~ kaowa pat (Mee ted- 
ras b^ig:^'^-40tt 
are«. teaUago.CaUllMnte 
R teHmetavChdertetkat 
tte aid Cart KaaMi fflp- 
erte appar bteore thte 
Court wttte Um (10) tefi 
after pteUctflm of thte Or- 
der ate iadieate his atU- 
tate toward tte sin^nste 
ad(9tlan, or otterwtee te 
wted te aecemary to into- 
tect hte interest tethtemitt- 
tw. 

C opey teste: Jota V. Fa- 
trea, Cleit 
George H. Hteler 
MAffl.ER 4 CAVE 
22H Bortt Grert Rede Rote 
Virginte Back. Virgiria 
23«1 

VK Jaw n, Jaly 2. 9. 
18 « 



(XRDEll 

viRGnnA: or the 

•CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COORT OF fHE 
CITY OF VDUSnOA 
CITY OF VRGDOA 
BEACB, ON THE 25a DAY 
OF JUNE, 1975. 
to re: Adoptiao of ttoy 
K^k Kawte ate Vaaeaa 
LyaaBiwte 

By: BBb«t Itarren Gfag- 
vxj ad Jaa Qteabett 
Grcg^Y Petttkmers 
To: iJaaf Rawls. Jr. 
1310 N. DwrthoaM Rote 
Aritegtoa, Virgtete . 
b(%ateery 
. iC-M-1511 
. lids tey came Rotert 
Warra Gregory ate Jane 
EQsabett GrepnT. PeU- 
tioaers. ate repraatte 
that ttie object (rf thte pro- 
cee<ttBg te to effect tte te- 
(Vliw fA tte above arate 
ttdtetf a), Roy Kdtt Rawte 
ate Vaaeaa Ljnm Rawte 
by Albert Itarra Grag- 
(»7 ate Jane EUaabett 
Grapnt, teteate ud . 
wite.> mtatniasttihw-. 
iat-Umma^miA, ffite^ 
that Leroy Rawte. Jr.. 
a aataral pareal of said 
chlMrw). te a non-re- 
sidat fd tte Stste of dne 
dlllgeace teviagbeennste 
by tte petttieatta to u- 
certate te nrglBte, wUch 
cotety or eorperrtioa tte 
said Lertqr Rai&. Jr. te, 
wtthont effect tte test 
kaowa Po^Offiatedress 
briflg: 1310 (kmthoose 
Rote. Arlli«ta. Virgiate 
R te tkMeldre Ordowd 
ttet tte aid La«y Rawte. 
Jr. tete*r bteon thte 
Coart w^te ta (10) teys 
after pabliatln(atUsOr- 
der atetediatehte attUate 
toward tte |«oposte sdop- 
tion, or otterwla te wtet 
te aeceasary to protect hte 
interest te flds matter. 
A copy torte: lOHN V. 
KEM'litCSSi CLERK 
P MHp Q. Dtamu p.(i. 
WUleoi, tevage, Law- 
reace, IMcfcsoo A Sftedle, 
P.C. 

33») Jtadfie Aaaae. Satte 
ttO' 

VirgiBte Bach. Virginte 
23«1 



lateral te thte natter. 
A^Wtate: J«W V 

WUUaio B. oaa&k. Jr. 

Attorney tor tte Pettti(M- 

ers 

l^tteftteJBad 

VU^te Itew*. VA 

234M 

V KJuly2,<,16,W4t 
VIMMA: DrnBCLfiMK^ 

onKt OF tvE ciBcnr 

CMBT OF THE CTTY W 

Vm^NlA BEACH. ON Itt 

17tt DAY OF Jae, inS- 

ta re: Ma^Oem of Rkmte^ 

AteGuUl 

By: Tteraa Ann BaMoute 

ate Jate Seans Baldonteo, 

I^Wioaars 

TIS: Ro(teey La (k&\ 

Galvesta, Teas 

bCteacery 

IC-75-767 
This day came Tter^i 
MB BaMoado ate 3t^ 
Scaia BaMoute, fttttkm- 
ers, ate rcpr es ent te ttid 
tte object of tkte procad- 
iag te to ^^ct tte adop- 
tion of tte above namte 
infant, Rhond^ An GidU. 
by Tkerea Ate BahloHte 
ate late Seanz Bald(Hmdo, 
hateate ate wife, ate af- 
fidavtt tevlag bea mate 
, ate ffite that Ro(bey liU 
GniU, a aataral paretf of 
said teild, te a aoo-rcst- 
dent (tf tte State of Vir- 
giate. ttte test kaown post 
office adibwu btfag: ^- 
veston, Tou. B te ik»«- 
fore Orderte that tte said 
Rodney La Gidll appear 
before fids Coart i^te tu 
(10) teys liter poi^^km 
(rf tkte farter ud tedlcsle 
his/ attitate tomrdttepro- 
poste adCftiaa. at otter- 
wise do wtet te aecessary 
to protect hte iaterest te 
this matter. 

A cofqr Teste: Jota V. 
Fentreu, Clerk 
Jama R. Forerun. Atty. 
1600 E. Ltttte Creek Rd. 
Norfolk, Virginte 

VBS Jua 25. Jnly 2. 9. 
16, 4t 



ORDER OF POBUCA-nON 
te tte Clerk's Office of tte 
Javeoite ate Domestic Re- 
tetlowt Coart of tte Ctty 
of Virgtete Bach, a tte 
16tt tey of Jane. 1975. 
COMMONWEALTH OF 

to re H(rily Bray 

Tte o)4ect at ttte pro- 
ceedteg te to separate tte 
above aante iteaat, chlM 
of St(qiiwD R. Lak, per- 
manently trom ite parad, 
pareids, or gvanfiu ate 
to ccHnmtt said infant to 
tte care ate cs^ody of 
tte Virgtete Beaek De- 



or 



vi(»* wttk AM cicU <af 
said ageacy to coaaete to 
tte iteaat's adoptioa. 

Ate a affUavtt tevii« 
bea amte ate fltad that 
Steptea B. Ute te a ixro- i 
per party to ttds proce- 

e(ttBK; tad (few ma^m* 

hu bea aate to bscm-- 

tate te wtet 

corporafia te te, 

efie(^ttteOBI»REDttet 

Stqiba B. Imk. te appear 

h«re wtthte 10 teya after 

da p teli c atlO B kawof, ate 

te tAat amy te urnnsirj 

to protwA hte teterast te 

thte satt. 

A Co|9 T^e: GERAU) 

F. WILLIAMS, CLEBK 

Katty S. Brattera SqteJ 

Clerk 

Mary Jaa Wote 

D^. (A Social Serrica 

Va. Bach. Va. 

Pettttooer 

VBS Jae K, Jnly 2;»,16 
4t 



ORDER 

vmcnnA: n the cm- 
corr ccMntT of the 

CITY of VntGINlA BEACH 

(Mr THE 23U3 DAY OF 

JOBE, 1975 

b tte Matter of tte Adte- 

tkw (H Mteteel Steva Yal- 

ote 

BY: DEAN EfQI^T MEL- 

LSTKNf atePlGGY EAR- 

LEE3r MELLSTROM 

To: Mr. Jtea LeeaardYal- 

ots 

General DetivoT 

PneUo. Ctiorate 8100! 

ta rteacery No. 

C-TS-tW 
TMs tey came DEAN 
ERKEST MELLST(%Mate 
PEQGTSARLEBI MELL- 
STBCM* Adl^teers, ate 
represoted ttet tte (^ 
Ject (tf ttte pm^eteteg to 
to effe<^ tte tetett* M 
tte abcnre-amte teteid, 
MICHAEL STEVEN YiUb- 
OTZ, \if DEAR ERNEST 
MELLSTROM ate PEG- 
GY ea^toa n^- 
StMM, hateate ted vM. 
ate af&tevtt tevli^ bea 
mate ud fitod ttat KiWi 
LIKMARD YALOTZ, a a- 
t«i^ parcM at said child, 
te a oonraUeat ctf tte 
^eof Vir^aia, tte test 
kaawa po^ fdOie* addreu 
IteBf : tmuir DMvWY, 
PaMo,C«dw»dttO»,' 
R te thu^tet Qrterte 

ttet tte ^/kmrnwo- 

HARD YAWTZ a«par 
b^re thte CmA wiUtt 
ta (10) teys after pte- 
licatton fA ttte Orter ate 
indKate h te attito te to- 

tta, ff- ctterwise tewwt 



asCDOL 
VOtGINU: Of THE CIB- 
COIT OaSKi OFTBE 
COIT COURT OF THE 
OF THE CITY OF VIR- 
GOfU BEACH ON THE 
23RD DAY OF JUNE, 1975 
b tttt Matter erf tte Ad- 
optioa of Stacy Prestw 
Laae ate Keri Rae Laa 
BY: MAN EXME8T HEL- 
LSTn)M ate PEGGY EAR- 
LIQI MEIXSTBCW 
To: Mr. Gary Patrick Lane 
P.OBa343 
Cotqpaxi, Colorado 81223 

t&M tey ame Dan Er- 
nat MeUMrom ate Pan 
Eartoa Hellstrom.^- 
tttkwera, ate nfswoAsA 
Ute tte (d^eirt (rf ttte pro- 
(»eding te to effetd tte te- 
o^tonid STACY VtXStm 
LARE ted KERI RAE 
LARE, I? DEAR I^IBT 
MELLSTROM Ud PEGGY 
EARLEEN MELI^TROM, 
tastete ate wife, tte m- 
fani. fatter tA aid chil- 
ihnn, te a aasrald^ of 
tte ^te of Virgtete, tte 
test known pm (Mce te- 
dtas teiag: P.O. Box 343, 
Cotopaxi. Coim^tee 8128. 

9. te«teMn« Onterte 
ttat tte saU GARY PAT- 
RICK LABB appar before 
this Coart wttkte t« (10) 
teys aft^ pi^eatton iA 
ttte Orter ate incHeate his 
attMte towtad tte^o- 
paad adoptkm. or (dter- 
Mse te what te aeeasary 
to ^Jtet hte Mswrt te 
tUsmatttf. 
k mm t(Mtt xum v. 

WUliam H: C^^, Jr. 

AtfaHvey In- ^ PMtia- 

ers 

1397 Caskte bite 

Vii^Mi ^e^^ Va. M^l 




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$ 



(»Dm OF miLKATKM 
to tte Clwt't (Mneeottte 
Ctroitt Omrt Mflw Cttjr of 
VlifMa ittKk, M tte 27th 

teritf^Mw, im. 

IbnrlMO'Briei. 
PtaMlfl. 

JuiM &h«itl CBria, 

n*9N^ tf tttaMttIs 
to (^teiD a divorce a vin- 
cttk) raatrimmli fnm the 
saU dMwdaat mw tM 
CrooMs <rf aAat«7 or a 
(li«»%« • ffi«iM rt ttoro 
OB tfct trawMto or AMtrtiM. 
Aad as aMkvtt taftaglMM 
i^eaatf fUe4itettlMte' 
faaftUBt is a aok-mkteal of 
tht Sate 4rf Vlfftala, tte 
lart laom pmt tfUet aM- 
ms Mac: c/o nact Port 

T«k. n U ordered ttat i» 
ds vpear IM« i^hto ta* 
(10) iajrt altar dee pUiea- 
ttoa tereof, and do«hat nay 
be ne«e^n to ^titect Us 
tatereit is tUs ^t. 
A comr^teite: f(Mf V. 
FOITRESS, CLERK 
Mmt 0. yieas, Jr. 
906 Plaaa (3m 
NwfDlk, VlrgiRU 

VK Jnljr 2, S, 16, 23, 4t 



atttevit 



CSOiER OF nUXJLtKM 
li tfe* Clwtt's Mfia of tke 
Ciroril Coert «( tte Ctty 
of ViiflM BcftA OB tte 
2Stt day ol imt, IfTS. 
Roxjr Coi Friairt, 
Plaiatlir, 



Edward Albert Friaat, 
tMaadot. 

The oNect <a lUraett 
is to oMala a divorM a 
vinaiki matrimoiyi frtn 
tlH said deicMtaat. «wae 

tveca tte parties withoirt 
luternvtioaA vtttooteo- 
hdittatioa tor 



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OMyar. 

Aad aa affidavit feav- 
1^( be« audeaadfUedtM 
the difinrli^ is a ■»• 
ivsideBt of Or ^to ^ 
Virgiaia. the last tavva 
post office address Mm- 
Lot 11, Es4iaire Coat, Sa- 
bertiaa Trailnr nirfc. Lei- 
ii^too 9ut, Manrlaad tt 
U ordwed thiA he do ap- 
peu- hare vWa totflO) 
days aflM^daepibUciaoa 
hereof, aad do iMt maybe 
Decesnry to protect Us 
ifltwest fai ttis svtt. 
A copy-Teste: JCXIH V. 
FEK^ESS: CLEBK 
Lewis, Sacks A Delaara, 
Atty. 

Sotte 5M Plaaa Om 
Norfolk, Virciite 

VBS July 2,9,16,2I,« 



AFFIDAVIT FOR ORDER 

OF PUBLKATIOS 
VIRGimA: IN THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VntGINIA BEACH 
ON THE «h DAY OF JUNE 
1975 

COMIICWWEALTH OF 
VIRGIIIIA 

V. 

ONE 1963 Chevrolet 
kteirtific^iOD : 
f31169All210« 
AUBREY LEE LARROW 
no Wylie Road 
Marietta, Georgia 30060 

This day patmttUy ap- 
peared before me, DC. Pa- 
drick a IMary PuMic ia 
and for the City <a Vir- 
ginia BeatA, aad State of 
Virginia, who nude otfh m 
the above rtyled sett tlurt 
the defeadairi U a k»- 
resideat aad his lastlmowa 
address is MO Wylie Road. 
Marietta, Georgia. 

GIVEN wder ny hud 
this 3rd day of J«ae, 19^ 
Paul A. Seiotiao, D^aty 
Attoraey tor the Ct»UMM- 
wnlth 

SUBKRIBED and SWORN 
to betore me this 3rd day 
of Jime, 1975. My Com- 
missim expires Joae 19, 
1978. 

VBS Jaae 11, 11, 25, Jidy 
2 «. 



i»iDA or rvm.ick'aom 

VnCOOA: m THEOKiRf 
CCWRT OF THE OTY Cff 
VIRGINIA BEACS OR 1VE 
16TH DAY OF JUNE, 1975 
ANNA mm aGMUND. 
Conidaiaaat, 

V. 

DON D. Wm^PE, 

Doa D. WflUa, if Uviag. or 

Ubebcdetf.tteBaMtrt- 

(tow Md htfra. dlMMMj^ 

aaceattora to title o< Doa 

D. Wolfe who are nudepar- 

tkM d^aitosts by Ot ^- 

eral description <rf Patties 

Unfcainra, 

IMNidai^. 

JaCtaaQH? 

TheA*Jed at the above- 
^led ntt is to eon^ 
paftMM MMif ttt^wm 
of tt ejfti i iirtlywWB i M *^ ** 

Lot Twenty (m* 1^^ F<"^' 
ty(«^Wb»«»8tPrtn- 
CMS Awe »aa, fcdloa 
Five (5), nrgWa imA, 
mW^ Bmm*. Viifiaia 
lad kaora aad BUBbwed as 
417 GarrisM Place, VlrtlB- 




U BeuA, VirgiBla. 

tt 4^art« bf 
ttatiMe^MM 
tte d#Nitturt, tM i 
if he be Uvlng, is 
andttatUsUurtl 
na wHt 413 
Ptact, VirglRia M^ urf 
IN Bill stattaf tetttere 
arc (H- nay be pttsoaa ta- 
teresled ta Oe mS^A pro- 
perty to be divUtod whose 
MmH u* Mliem sad 
maUnc ttaM difwehals by 
tte geaenl Aocriptioa tt 
Parties UOaawa, aa affl- 
<tavtt taviag bsM guide aad 
aied IhU th^ are mtmm, 
sad iriaowa aaraMt>Ua< 
the widow nd hrtrs, <to- 
visea aad wmc^mon ta 
title <4 Doa D. Wo1f«. 

It is ther#are Onteed 
thU Doa D. mm. If he 
be Uviag. aadthe^per- 
asMi mate deleaMtt hfttM 
gea«ral tm^T^/Umsl Par- 
nes IMaev.damMirwttfe- 
iD tea m *^n tf^ dM 

nd «»iM to BteiMrT 

to nolMtt VMr UmmlL 

tt is firtttf Ordered thrt 

tta taramtae awttea of Ws 



weefcsta tte VlrfliUa Beach 

flai, a Bevifuef iidWIihad 

to tteCltyi^frginlaBeadi, 

Virginia. 

John V. Faatmi, Clerk 

Aim H. Meiaa,tj|. 

TBS Jmie SS, My 2, 9 16, 
OtSCR OF PUBUCATION 

voKaRU; n TBE cm- 

COTTCOOTTOPTKOTY 
OF VOKaNIA BEACH 0» 

THE tarn mi, at smtt. 

19W. 

Dints Y. Averett. 



va. 

Jota H. Averett 

1531 CooUdge AvMBM 

Ito^, PeaasjIvaUl 

liOOI. 



laChaaeery . 
The <^Ki (tf Ma nit 
is toelfMtpaitBIWMMa^ 
the owa»a i^ sitearother- 
wlae. o( real pisM^ ih the 
Ctty<rfVirgWafeMeh,Vlr- 
gtala, kaewa as Lot ^, 
OB th^ eutatai plat aaUt- 
led*8MtiaB0Ma}.Weat- 
mor^idEatelai' 



AaAlBdavtt havtaf he< 
audeaadllMtfeatlBfeaK. 



Averett to a BSB-reridHt at 
the Slide of Yizt^a, Us 
laal kaova post offleaadd- 
rass hefag 1S31 CaoUdge 
Avcaae. Boatya. Peaasyl - 
vaaia 19001. 

R to Ordwad Mt the 
aimnM aaa-rasklaMl da- 



jUJd^ 



el ttds Qrln> 

any to pco- 1 
taetltoMeraat. 

n to iHttM^ odered ttat 
toe feragotoi porttoB of ttto 
nder ht iwMUhiil awe -a 
voeir isr tov ^" 

aadatotkeVUfiirtaL^ 
Sea, a aiaippar of gesHw 
drcdattn H ttt OH ft-^ 
TirgWa Beach, VIs^^ 
A eqiy^torta: MHB T. 
PBimESB: CLIXE 



VBS J^ I, 



f. tt. II. « 



CAOa CMMS 

TiBGoaA. w ■nffi OH- 
CDIT ooratT CmBCITY 

OF VIBGOIIA BSJyCH AB» 

24.19n 

to the Matter <rf Ttoi^aia 

Nattoaal Badt, Ce-Bawa- 

tor (rf tte Eal^ tt Wm- 

tw C. ndHLOeeaasad 

cfmm 

B apjieailii to On Cout 
ttataj^artofL. 
of VirgMa Wimi 
Co-Eaaodar of *• I -^ 
of B0t«- C. Pfelta. #1 
.aadatlhar4>ttef>* 




have baeB&dtoaeQMk'* 
OffiM of ttis CrnirUtrnk 

ot toe ^ariWratina of 
tte said VirgMa Mtonl 
as Co-Etecator, on 
lOfsaUV^itf^lto- 
tioaal Bwk, Co-Ene4ar tt^ 
the woiit a laaiM-e. fhe- 
UB. deeoaaed. It ttOl^^ 
ed IM , 

to. tha ESfie of _ 
C PfcMm deeaasad,do 
riiew caoa, if «9 iSmr a», 
OB toe IWi day «( Jllr. 
1OT5. tt 10:00 a.n., be- 
ito« ^ Coot, teBs court- 
room. Vitort B» paymeid. 
aad dAv«7 <^ Mm istato 
tftadcr C. mtut, da- 

aad HtNMa MBM n^ 

be piMl^adoi»«w»ektor 

Ttrgtoto Be^ 8m, aaews- 
msm hwftot mMM ei; - 
^^tolla^ofVir' 
gialaBM^Vi 
A ■ " " 



Tte obmEt ol this suit is for the compiatDaat to sell 
m m^tf ^ tte in^mpeleM Mcodant, Aaaie Eva 
^ ^l«, aad to MM tht prw^te for to* swpert aad , 
natttaKt of Anale Eva Go^aa, said prc^erty being 
Asertted as loUows: 

AU that cfrtata real pr^erty with the balklttg 
. aad H^RH»m«ito ^ ^^»iM^ 4wwa,^^BMK«d and 
^sif^ted as Parcel NiaMr 13 on OM pton M 
part of the AUburger Place, Ly^avM Magister- 
ial Wstrict, naite ^ S.M. Si^«» tof f » 
BmMy m December l«h, 1924 and recortW in 
the Clrcall Coart of the City of Vi£|*«>to ^^ 
to Ittp Book 7. page 63. SAVE AND EXCEPT 
all ttoit part of Parcel Number 13 totea Iv the 
City of Virginia Beach bf a Certificate of Taking 
to Deed Book 1459, page 623 and showa oo ttot 
certato plat entitled: "Plat Showing Sewer Water 
and Utilities Easement" from the Estate of Amuc 
Eva Goffigao for the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, Lyimhaven Boroogh, revised ^Jtember 
6, 1973, McDuiald and Overman Coasaltiag En- 
gineers, Virginia Beach, Vii^lnia and recorded 
to the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Coart ot 
Virgtola BMch, Virginia to Map Book 107, page 
55 
Ah A^vit hiving bMB made that doe dil^eace 
has bem used by and on b^aU tf the complalflaat to 
aMMtato to what cooaty or aBporaUoaHwry WoodDmase 
and Evtiyn Brmnt are, wtthout effect; tint the ftol- 
mm pcnnas aiB aw-rMideids <rf the »ato <A Vir- 
itoU.^ urt flMr lart Unwa put «Mee ^di^^ are- 
ata P. MMiiB. II EUsworth Street, W«t H««, 
^Adeettcid imMUttte MIterahed. 5101 W«it Adams 
fflreet. CUe^o, lUlnoU 60644; Jlmroie Walstoo, 9601 

ItaVBM MMdb, 9W9 57to Avenue, »C Regs 1^, 
^HMbb, P.Y.; TvoBBe Kaowles. 663 Rancedt Stnct. 
All. 14, IhrMtlya, New York 11238; Velma Edwards, 
ir Aivy IWk #3A, Brooklyn, Hew York 11301; Joto 
ItaWe^ 117 Bedford Avmie. Brooklyn, New York; 
Wto WhtoiSB, im MatftouM Sreet, Broddya. lto« 
Tort imS; Clara Rodgers, l30-42-227th Street, tM/tt- 
mm, IMrw Yoit; aad ttat there are or may be parttos 
tototaita d to toe sa^ect matter of thto satt whne 
aami» are tmU»wa aad who may be more lulydes- 
cribfd as partta ^nowa who are all the otoer heirs 
at Kw (tf AnUe Eva Gttf^m whoae aames aalpiMM 
of r^Mwce are ankaowa; aad aay other peraoo who 
may have aa hderest in the sab)ect matter of thU salt, 
it to OinWttED that toe saU H«tfy Woodhone, Eve^ 
BroM. Meli«i P. Hayaea. Mattte liothershad, Jima^ 
WalstoB, Zaek Walstoa, Maarero Walstoa, Yvowie 
Itooain, Velma Edwards. Mm Walstpe. Willto Watotoa 
ahd Clara Rodgws aad Parties Uirimowa do appear 
witUa In days after dne pobUcattoa herraf aad do what 
may be aecessary to protect toeir toteresU. 

tt to farther ORDERED that, toto Order be pub- 
Uahed oace a week for toor soccesstve wedcs to toe 
Virglato Baadi Soa, a aewqi^ier pubUshed to the City 
of VirgWa Beach, aad haviag a geaeral circolatios 
tatti Cify <tf Vir0Ua Boatft. VlT^Bto. 
A Ct^^te: «MWV: FEHTOEffl^CLERK: 
Itooiy, McMarraa aad UQler 
Attonmys at Law 
Ceatral BidltfiW 
CMBty at Coart Iftreet 
Pmtsmoato, Va. 23705 

VBSJl^2.9. 16, 23, « 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Vtrgtoto: 

The relator meeltav of the Coaaca of the Cttyof Vir- 
glato Bead win be held to the Cooocil Omaibersirf 
Se AAUUMnrtloa BUldte. City ibU. PrtocoMAuw 
■aHaa, Vtegtoto Beach, VUfiato, OB Moaitoy. Jaly 21, 
191S. U JMN) PJf ., at wUeh ttme the following ap- 
plk^QBS win be heard: 
iUIBnMEMTS 

1. iNMMto* (« ^* COMKB Of toe city aTvUftaia 
Beach to aaMid Appeadttx n. SadiaB 6.3 (q}(rf the Cote 
of the Ctty of 'nifiUa Bead, rdattog to Otoittol, 
Aamml aad ItoeoidattOB of nU- More detailed to- 
iMWdtoB to avalUUa to dm O^pailmeat of Ptaaatog. 
I. lioHoB ot tie nnUag C O BU itosto B (rf the C^of 
mnWa Ba^ to aaaad mt rawdato Aitlete 4. See- 
t^B% af toe Ccimpi ahealln tOBtag Onttaaace per- 
' " to aae regaltftoas to di^es tt toe A^l 
Mne drtaited ttteraadteB to avaUaMe to the 
■mii.— 11 of Plaaittig. 
I. Helta of toe W^tUbn CommtasloB of the Clty^ 
mgtoto Beach to oaad aad reoi^Bto Aittete 5 of toe 
naive Zmtat CMtaaaea pntatato* to naa n- 
to dwthaa to the R-1 and R-9 Itesideattol 

More detailed totomatta to avaitahto to toe 

DapartaNBt of Plaaaiag. 

4. IMloa of the RttBtog CMUaissioa (tf toe Cityot 
TU^te Bead to aaMad aad nordato Articto 6 of the 
CoBipflilBUve ZoBllK Ordiaaaea pertatoiag to um r^ 
^atteaa to darehas to the A-1 Apartomat IMstrld. 
itow ditoflad tntoitaatton to av^lable to toe Depart- 

}. MeUM or toe naariag CoiMtosioB of toe C^^ 
VtiiiUa Bead to aBuad ua raotdato Articte I ^tte 
CoBM'doBSiva Zaafag tMtaaee partaiaiag to ne re- 
nl^n— for dardes to toe 0-1 (XQce Distri^. Hon 
dalaitod totovatloB to avaOdto to the Dtvartamat of 






T^. 




WUlcaa ,jj -^^ 

DhtooBftSid«te.V.€ 

1900 Vtof^ XattoBBl Barii 

Baling 

Noifofe, Virgtato 13510 

VK Joly 2, 9, m 



(«DraOF PUBLICATION 



nxv 



OP rmmk mumMKLtm^ 

1975. 

MINNIE BENSON, 

^^ftrte CommlttM tor Amie Eva G(4QM». 

Com^j^nart, ' 

GCWFUM.etato. 



6. Helta of the Plan^ Commlaata of the C^af 
WttiaM Band to vaaad uid niwdato Aitt<te »eftte 
^ Zotag OrdlBMM partoMig IV aaa re- 

to ehudis to tN B-l aad B-2 K^tas 
ieto. More <totolled ihto^ta to avaUabte to the 

7. 'Motta of the mam^ QMaalasioa of the Ct^ (rf 
Virgtola BMd to affl»d aad reoHato Article 2, Sec- 
tioa 211 (e)oftheCorapreheasiveitoi^Ch:dtoaBceper- 
tatota to pMlttoal "i^if slgas. More detailed to- 
tgmatim to avaUabto to toe ItaurtmMt ef PlaaUag. 

TBSJiri^2.9 2t 

mmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmamammmmmm 

UmtATKWTOWD „ __, 

Eto<Mcal Coatraekna are tatted to Ud 00 toe Qecftri- 

ol ARenUoas and AddtttaBS to Creeds Etementory 
SdoM. Tlr^ato Bead, VirfWa. 
The Sdool Board will receive pn^osals nntU 2:00 p.m. 
Astern DaylW Time ob Jaly 10. 1975, at tte School 
Board Bidhttng, Prtaeoa Aaae ^tion. VirgiatoBead, 
VirgiUa. Proposals received after this time wlU not 
be accepted. AU interestad pai^ are invited to at- 
Mb l«<«(»^ Witt he enaned jj^tttely ud read sM. 

^^^^^ boaafldte iMiun irt (hednceottoe Ei^lMer 
to accordance wito the lastractioas to Bidders. 
olBrattaa wM ha aa fito ^- 
Bailders and Cottractors Exchai^e 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Dodge Plan Room 
Norfolk. Virglato 
^1 SecM*y to the aimmd efiw-perc«il (5%)(rfthe 
l^ep^al most accMapaay dd proposal In ac«)rd with 
tin imlnctloos to ndders. 

dquslt u nmUrad to aid iM, wtt a wod- 
min tf two srts altowM. Rrtia h arswBM t at dwo^s 
wUl be M* for »dset raltfled to piet^aaMitad 
eotfttioB «^ tM teys (tf Md opMiag. 
the Sdod fcard r^enwa toe r^ to waive irreg- 
riatMiea od » r^ect any tad all profomli. 
By Ordw ^tte &Ao(d Boaitl 
City of Vir^ Beach 
Edward E. BrickeU 



V9S June 25« Jaly ^« 

!K>T1C£ OF PUBIiC HEAXDK^ 



the AdmiairtrttloB taUdlng, Ctty HaU, Princess Amm 
aation. Virgtola Bead. Vlrglnto, on llon^y, July 14. 
IfTI, at 2:00 P.M., at wUd time tl» fSUowing ap- 
plteations will be heard: 
IWRCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

CHAWJE OF KWnro WSTRICT CLASSIFICATK)NS 

1. PrtitlM of Wamle E. and Nito F. Conley for a Chai«e 
of ZoBi« Wstrict ClassifiodiMl from R-i Residential 
Wstrtd to A-2 Apartmert Wstrict on certain pn^wrty 
located m the West side of Holland Rc^ begimug 
at a poW 6« feet more or less North of Shipp s cor- 
mr ftMd, ramtog a distance of 166 feet more oriess 
a^ the West side of Holland Road, running a distonee 
erf 1471 feM more or less alcmg the Northern property 
liae. rumiag a distance of 170 feet more or less alo^ 
the Wertem pr^>erty line and ninning a distance « 
1356 feet more or less along the Southern property 
liae. teid parcel contains 5.05 acres. PUts with more 
(tetaUcd tnformatlon are available in the De^rtraMJ 
of miOBing. (SWpp's Con»r Area). PRINCESS ANWfc 

wmmon. 

LYRNHAVEN BOROUGH 

2. Petition of Expressway Ccmstniction Company for i 
Omage of Zonii« District Classification from R-8 Re- 
aidcrtlal Wstrict to I-l Light Industrial Dirtrict on 
cMtato pr<»erty located on the North side of Southern 
Bodaiaid bagiMdiv at a poM 529 feet more ot less 
East U Oeeaaa Boulevard, nmaing a distance a 279 
feet tiOBg the Southern intiperty line of which 29 feet 
U ttie North side of Southern Boulevard, running a dis- 
taaec ot 710.8 feet along the Eastern property line, 
iMBato a dislaacc <tf 279 feet alo^ tte Northern prop- 
ertyUto aad nmning a distaace of 630.8 feet along the 
W^iB pn^erty line. Said parcel contains 2 acres 
m»9 w less PWs wtth more detailed infomatioo 
are available to tte Dq)artm«it of Ptanning. (Oceana 
Garden Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

3. fetttta of Wtmam L. Fort>M and Melvin M. SpMce 
to a Change of ZoBii« WstriiA Classification from R-6 
Ra^dlBUd DWrict to A-2 Apartment District on the 
NOTtoveat coraer of Baitertoa Drive and Old Virginia 
Bead Boalevard running a distance of 194 feet along 
the W»t side at Barbertoa Drive, running a distance 
of 125 feet aloi« the Northern property line, running 
a di^aace of 198 feet atoi« the Western property line 
aad ranata a distance of 116 feM along the Soutoern 
pvoMty line of which 35 feet to the North side of Old 
Vii^to Bead Road. Said parcel contains .391 acre. 
(Woofflami Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

KBUPSVILLE BOROIKffl 

4. Pelttiim of Vlrginta Bead tovestment Company, a 
Partatfdip, for a Change of Zoning District Classifi- 
catta frron A-1 Apartment District to B-2 Community 
Buttoess Distrtct on certain property located on the 
Soato side of Anbora Drive beginning at a potot670 
feat more or less Wert of CoUege Parti Boulevard, 
rauiii« a distance (rf 3SS feet more or less aloi« the 
Sooth side of Auburn Drive, running a distance of 233.55 
ttat aloog the Wertera property line, ruaning a distance 
ot 436.56 feet along the Soothem property Itoe and rm- 
itam a distaace of 2|a.28 feet atag toe Eastern property 
Use. SaU parcel contains 2.474 acres. (CoUege Park 
Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

yntfaNU beach BCHtoucH 

5. Petlttoa of Frieads Sdool, a Vlrgtota CorporaUon, 
tor a Chai«e of Zoaiag Wstrict Classification from A-1 
i^artment District to B-2 Community-Business Wstnct 
OB certato inoperty located on the West side of Holly 
Road, rnaaiag a distaace of 110.5 feet Sooto of Pinewood 
RtMd, nantod a tfatahce ot 140 feet aloeg the Northern 
wipnty Uaa, nmBtag a dtotance of 50 'e^alwg the 
Weslwa imverty liae, nmatog a distance <rf 1« feet 
akK the Soathera property line and ramiag a distance 
<d 50 teet^oaf toe Ifost aide of Holly Road. Said par- 

crf'ec«iMf7,000-1«i»ri'f^. VIRGIinA BEACH B(»- 

OUGH. 

CONUTKHfAL USE PERMIT 

t. Ap^ication ai Jungle Golf of Vti^nia Beach, Inc., 
tor a Coaditioaal Use Penait for recreational facilities 
of aa outdoor nature (amusement rides) on certato 
Bcwerty tocated oa the Sooto side of 23rd ^reet begto- 
Mm ^ a point 50 feet West of Pacific Avenue, running 
a diataw» of 140 feet alOBg the Western property Une, 
n^tag a distance of 50 feet along the Soutoern property 
Uae. raai^ a distance of 140 feet along the Eastern 
pnpatf line and nmatog a ^stance of SO feet along 
tte Sooto side of 23rd Street. SaM parcel codains 
7,000 square feet. Plato wito more detailed information 
are availahle to tte Departmoit of Ptanning. VIRGINIA 

KACH Boaomn. 

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NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

Tie Virgtoto Bead Planning Commission wiU hold a 
P^te HeariK oa Tnesttoy, Jaly 8, 1975, at 1:00 P.M.. 
to the Coddl Chambers of the Administration Bnlld- 
tog. Prtocess Aime Conrthoime, Virginto Beach. Vlrginta. 
The foUowing anOicatioas will ai^war on tte agenda: 

DEFERRED FOR A PERIOD OF 30 DAYS BY PLAN- 
NING COMMISaON ON JUNE 17, 1975: 

1. i^ifilicatioa of Sidaey R. Domy aad WUUam E. Barco 
to a CoBfltional Use Permit to operate an outdoor re- 
creatta area - golf driving range and mintatore gtdf 
eoerae oa certato pnyerty located cm the East side of 
Adind Bond acn»s trom Laadstown R(»d, running a 
distara (4 510 feet more or less aloi« the East side 
at HffBa^# Road, raaaing a diatoMe of 490 feet more or 
leas to a Noito^sterly diredioa, nmning a distance of 
no feet duire or less to a Soothearterly direction, nm- 

aa distace of 370 feet more or less along the Souto- 
erly direction, rmming a distance of 370 feet more 
or less along the Souttem prt^rty line, running a dis- 
tance of 535 feet more or less al<»g the Eastern property 
line and running a distaiKe of 1075 feet more or less 
a^E toe Northern property Une Said parcel cootatos 
8.07 acrM more or less. Ptats wito more detailed in- 
R^ialta are available to toe Department of Ptanning. 
PBSICESS ANNE B0IK3UGH. 

BegaUr AgoMla 

Quge aCZoUag District CUsUfleatton 

2. Petitioa by motira of toe Planning Commission of tte 
City (a Virginto Bead to a Clmnge of Zoning Wstrict 
Classiflcation frran AG-1 Agricultoral Wstrict to 0-1 
Office Dirtrict to <»rrect dn5tii« errors which had been 
carried over from previous years that became evident 
when an attempt was made to plot a recent coning 
dai» to tte ara. b^tiaatog at a point 320 fert more 
wtat tern a Lah^^m Boad ob tte East site of 
Holtoad Bi^ rauing a distaace of 60 feet more or 
less coUaMag 1.12 acres wsrc or less. Plats wito more i 
datallad tiAMtnattoa are availdde to the Dqpartmeirt of 
Planniv PRINCES ANNE BOROUGH. 

3 PMtkw by motim of tte Ptomiiag CommUsion of tte 
Ctty of Vlrginta Bead tor a Change of Zonii^ District 
ClasslflcUton from 0-1 Office District to AG- 1 Agri- 
cultural Wstrict to osrrect drafliaK errors which had 
bea carri^ over from in^evioas years that became 
evid^ v*« tn attem^ was mwie to pl<^ a rec«t 
aoUlt cfei^ >■ tte( ar^, beglMring at a point 610 
M^^eV* «r tas SMfe <a imt^mn Rwd m toe East 
lite ef lUOad 9mA r^Ung a distance of 70 feet more 
«r tosa (^Uatalag 1.16 acres non or less. Ptats wito 
mmt detailed taformatitm are avaltable in the Dqart- 
ncfd (tf Ptanai^ PRINCES ANNE BOROUGH. 

4 Prtttton of J. Walter Brotters and Helen Brotters 
lor a Ctonge of Z«»i^ Distrtct Classlficati<» fr«m 

4l-f B^dedial Wstrict to A-2 Aiartment District oa 



certain pn^rty b^niL^-at a point 90 teet East of 
Baltic Avwiue, mnning a distaace of 2«) feet alMg the 
Northern property liiw of wMch 180 feet Is tte South 
side of 9th Street, r^niag a distance of 200 feet al^ 
the Eastern property line, runnir* a distance <rf 240 
feet aloi« tte North side ol Marytand Avenue and run- 
i^ a distaace of 200 feet along tte Western pr-iperty 
liae. ^id parcel is known as Lots 15, 17, II, 19,|J0, 21, 
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 aad 29, Block 16, Ptat r! aa- 
dowlawn HeirM<i ami onnmnie 'W4 srrc fShailowlawn 
Heigbts Area). VIRGINIA BEACH TROUGH. 

Conditional Use Permit 

5. Application of Housing Systems, Inc., for a Condi- 
tiMial Use Permit to erect a temporery 4-foot slgn- 
boani on certain property located at the Northwest 
corner of Princess Anae RchkI and South ParUament 
Drive, running a distance of 235 feet more or less aim* 
toe West side of ParUament Drive, running a distance 
of 183 feet aloi« the North site of Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 209 feet alemg the Western property 
Une and running a distance of 201 feet along tte Northern 
property line. Said parcel contains 41,700 square feet 
more or less. (Carolanne Farm Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

6. Application of Thomas C. and Janice D. FergusM 
tor a Conditional Use Permit to operate a play school 
on certato property located on the West side of Little 
Neck Road beginning at a point 260 feet South of Johnson 
areet, running a distance of 150.11 feet along the West 
side ol Little Neck Road, running a distance of 171.82 
feet along the Southern property line, running a dis- 
tance of 136.38 feet alCHig toe Western pn^rty line 
and running a distance of 193.83 feet along Uie Norttern 
in^>perty Itoe. Said parcel cootains 26,187 square feet 
more or less. (Little Neck VUlage Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

7. Application of P. Del Vecchio for a Condttiooal Use 
Permit to operate a bicycle rental on certain property 
located on tte East site of Atlantic Avenue, South of 
I5tt Street on pn^erty of P^permint Beach Lounge. 
Said parcel ta 10-feet by 20-feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 

8. AHdication of Autotronic Systems, Inc., for a Con- 
ditional Use Permit lor an automobile service staUon 
on certain property located at toe Southwest corner 
of Indepeadeqce Boulevard aad Witcbduck Road, running 
a distance of 218.34 feet aloog tte Souto side of Witch- 
duck Road, running a distamre of 190.84 feet along tte 
Western property Itoe, nmning a distance of 192 feet 
alcwg the Southern property Une and running a distance 
of 151.75 feet aloi« toe West side of Ind^wndence Bou- 
levard. Said parcel contains 0.895 acre. (Pembroke Mea- 
dows Area). BAYSmE BOROUGH. 

Street Closure 

9. AppIicaUon of Indian Lakes, toe, for toe discon- 
tmuance, closure and abandonment of portions of Langston 
Road beginning at a point 660 feet more or less East 
of Mindoi Road running a distance of 99.44 feet more or 
less aloi« tte Soirtb side of Langston Road and running 
a distance <rf 101.49 feet more or less along tte Norto 
side of Langston Road. Parcels begin 25 feet from tte 
centerltoe of Langston Road and include the Norttern 
and Soottern portions of tte cul-de-sac lying adjacait 
to lots 257, 258, 259, and 260 as shown on toe map ea- 
tiUed "Section 15 of Acredale" and recorded ta toe Clerk's 
Office ot tte Circuit Court to Map Book 40, Page 46, 
dated January 1956. Plats wito more detaUed infor- 
maticm are avaitable in tte Department of Ptanning. 
(Acredale Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

10. AppUcation of Uwrence A. Sancillio, Anthony San- 
cUUo, Acqutaition, toe, A A L Corp., L * R Corp., 
and Blue Ribbon Land Company, toe, by Owen Pidett, 
Attorney for toe dtacontinuaace closure and abandon- 
ment of portions of First Street, Second StreM, Avenue 
G, Avenue H, Avenue I, Avmae J, Avenue K ud Avemie 
L as stewn on toe map of East Norfolk entitled "Pro- 
perty of East Norfolk Realty and Industrial Corporattoa" 
and recorded to toe Clerk's Office of tte Circuit Court 
to Map Bod 4, Page 191 aad to Mw Bod 3, Page 125. 
First areet: B^inning at tte Weatern boontery <rf Ave- 
nue L, rmming a distance of 1400 ieet more w teav to 
a point 100 feet East of the Eastern bountery of Avoiae 
G. Said street is SO feet in widto. 

Second areet: Beginnii« at a point 100 feet Westrf 
Avenue L. nmning a (Sstaace of 1390 feet more or less 
to an Easterly direction to ite intersection wito Noriolk- 
Virginta Beach Expressway, and rnnntog a distance of 200 
fe^ more or less in a Northeasterly direction to tte 
Western bountery of Avenue F. Said street Is 50 feet 
to widto. 

Avenue G: Beginning at toe Norttern bountery of Firat 
areet, running a distance of 590 feet more or less to a 
Soutterty directim to its totersectioa witt tte Nortolk- 
Virgiata Beach Expressway. Said street to 50 feet to 
widto. 

Avenue H: Beginnli* at a polrt 275 feet more or less 
Norto of First areet, nmatog a Astance of 870 feet 
more or less to a Soutterly directi(m to tte Soottern 
bountery ot Second areet. Said street ta 50 feet to wid- 
to. j 

Avdue 1: Beginding at tte Norttern boontery of First 
areet, nmning a distance of 590 feet more or less to tte 
Southern bountery ot Second Street. Said street to 50 
feet to widto. 

Avenue J: B^inning at a potot 175 feet more or less 
Itorto of First areet, running a distance of 770 fert more 
or less to a Soutterly direction to tte Souttern bountery 
<a Second areet. Said street is 50 feet in widto. 
Avenue K: Beginnii« at toe Souttern bountery of Barney 
R(Md runnii« a distance of 1380 feet more or less in a 
Sotfterly direction to its totersecUon witt tte Norfolk- 
Virginto Beach Eqiressway. Said street is 50 feet to wU- 
to. 

Av«nie L: Beginnii« at tte Souttern bountery of Bona^ 
Road, running a distance ot 1275 feet more or less to 
a Soidterly direction to its intersection with tte Nor- 
folk-Virginia Bead Eq>ressway. Said street ta 50 feet 
to widto. 

Ptato witt more detaUed information are available to 
tte Dqiartment of Planning. (S(»dfaern Firs Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

11. AppUcation of Richard F. Humphries for tte dto- 
coirttonance, closure and abaadonmart of a portion of 
Provitence Road on certato property located at tte 
Soutowest intersection of Providence Road (Reloc^ed) 
and Beryl Avenue, running a distaace (tf 156.42 feet atong 
tte Souto side of Providence Road (Relocated), ninning 
a distance of 103.51 feet alcwg tte Western property 
Itoe, running a distance of 246.60 feet more or less 
along toe Southern property line, running a dtatance of 
75.K feet along tte West side of Beryl Avenue, and 
rwmiv around a curve in a Northwesterly direction a 
(Ustaace of 38.02 feet. Said pareel contains. 0.365 acre 
more or less. Ptats wito more detailed information 
are avaUable to tte D^artment of Planning. (Avaloa 
HUto Area). KEMPSVILLE BOIK}UGH. 



Ameadnents 

12. RnoluUm of toe CouaeU (4 tte City d Virgiata 
Bead to amend and reordato Sections 5.8, 5.9. 7.3. 
7.6 ud 7.7 of the Subdivision Ordinance of tte City 
of Vlrginta Beach, Virginto, retating to refer«ices to 
tte Department of Public Utilities. More detaUed to- 
tormation is avaiUUe in the Department of Planing. 

13. Resolution of the CooncU of the City erf Vlrgtota 
Beach to amend and reordato Section 6.3 of tte Sub- 
division Ordinance of the City of Vlrginta Brach, Vir- 
ginia, retating to specificaticms of Department of Com- 
muaity Services or Departmeirt of PubUc UUlities. More 
detaiked informaticm Is avaUable to tte DqiartmeM ot 
Pinning. 

14. UOlum of the PlaMl^ Commtoslon of tte Ctty of 
ViQglata Beach to amend and reorteto Article 4, Sec- 
tion 401 (c) of tte ComprdMnsive Zmiag Ordinaace 
pertauing to use regutatitMS for mimatare golf courses 
in the AG- 1 Agricultural District. More detailed to- 
formation is avaitable to tte Department of Planning. 
Plats witt more d^Ued informati<xi on tte above ap- 
pUcations are awilable to tte I^iartment <rf City Ptaa- 
^ag. 

AU interested persons are tovited to attMd. 

Albert J.Scott 

Acting Wrector of Ptanniag 

VK-June 25, July 2 2t 



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Card and Tlianks 4 

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Tmcks-Trailers-Jeeps 7 

o Auto Parts, Rqwirs • 

•5 Motorcydes-Scooters 9 

;; Aircraft tor Sale, Parte 10 

< Boais, Marine Supplies 11 

:; UtiUty TraUers U 

EMPLOTMEirr 

< Help Wanted 13 

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Mortgaffes and Loans It 

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Mssic-DaBce-Drainatles 20 

Private Instruction 21 

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Dogs, Cats, and other Pets K 

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Horses-Cattle etc 24 

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Articles tor Sale 2S 

Antiques 26 

House Hold Goods 27 

Garage Rummage 2> 

Wanted To Buy 29 

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Coins and Stamps 31 

Jewelry t Watches 32 

Good Things To Eat 33 

Firewood 34 

Lawn and Garden K 

Farm Equipment 36 

Machinery - Tools 37 

Bustness Equipment 36 

TV Radio 39 

MOBILE HOMES 

Mobile Homes for Sale 40 

Mobile Homes for Re^ 41 

Mobile Home Sites 42 

REAL ESTATE FOB REKT 

Rooms-Board 43 

Resorts-HoteU 44 

Apartment: for Rent 45 

Houses Furnished 46 

Houses Unfurnished 47 

Farms and Land for R«it 41 

Out-Of-Town tor R«tf 49 

Waited To Rent 50 

Office-Desk ^ce for Rent si 

Industrial for Rent 52 

For Rent or Sale 53 

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BBSiness Pn^erty for Sale SS 

Farms-LaKi-TiBber 56 

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crnsT nanw • if 

I fern «M a Mtr^tiwr or 
eireate' pM«ri ttc ccoa- 
oaleal oilMi my, ebtefc 
wif ^rarly nHloMlaia, 

«««■. Ctepo^Hn $«■• 
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mamaqeqml 

$176«flSKLY 
OUAIMNTIE 

No M^crtaKC Mcetunr, 
*UI ttita II w orar. Ais- 
iness llaa's ll«tsa(e A 

Hetltk S^. IST-SOll 



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NEEDED AT 

most 

1 WORMN 

To Ul recenUjt erMte 
{MMttkms, For Wl in- 
(omitloa. call 

461-1198 




NEWJOftS 
^AITREM- 



WUI traia ii ae* positia^ 
KIO moolk (Wraatec. 
Maat be ablt to ttert i*eric 
imM^attjr. TUa U m( 
re^araat work. CaU 

461-1198 



ATUVILJOB 
Dnt JHt Drawn Ab)«t 
nUTEL, DO IT!!! 
Uattcd Salas AawK. be 
eu ptect Iwadtatdy (10) 
tea (ala or mra. 0«tr 17, 
ttaflc, eleaa kokiac ad 
asMtow. Jola ow cM 
salca taui travdiai (nw 
Va. Baaek to Calif, aad 
rcinra. No eapericoec ae- 
cesaarjr. Oa Job trainiac 
proTidad wttk aaaodatad 
eqwuM. Good Job, nod 
par. food baaana. Gall 
Mr Waracr, Oi-lOt at 
ll.oDiNMlaBi^totf. 

HELP vaatad, Sarak Cof- 
catarir, part-time. Ml time, 
BO larastmai*. m-IMO or 
497-IUl. 
S-7-W. 



MAimiEO COUPLES - 
Kcediai BKire iacome, »- 
•ad t loars a d^r work- 
iot taceflMr Mrriac moa- 
tjr, liate Ma <rf ha, tra- 
vel, (Hwraaa eonmia- 
akm, |wr«>raaBee boe- 
aa, lawU ahariac aod 
more, Sart now, Call4H- 
t97J. We traia. 

nSEll-iUSER - aaadad to 
balvatt. My boan, daya, 
for Jaly. lO-yaar-iM. Hnrtb 
Viifiria «aMb. Call«l- 



£XPANSiOII OF STAFF 
creates oiieaiai tar es- 
pertaMad adaariiaiai sia« 
nlenma. Mai^ beaaflU 
aad u aieeUcrt opportaa- 
tty. Bierb PdUeattoaa, 
Sf7-4»<l. AaktorMr.Bly.. 



CA8HER 
REC9TI0M8T 

$140 Weel[ faaraoteed sa- 
lary. No eiperlcece Mces- 
sary. 

887-8018 



lELP WAin'a)-Pait time 
ar U time. Mait be U 
or over. CaO tar totor- 
natioB. 4N-4MII or 424- 
IIN - )40-n00. 
8-«-4 



fits VEEKkr nasiMe, 

I iii i" I at-, 1 1 ■ ■ - ,1-1 it 

wTOH t aavaiopsa, moq 
aM-addr^Md ^nyad «- 
veki|ie to B. l4vreaee,tl04 
Holy Neek E. Tk., ^Mk, 

^%.wm^ 

MATURB vnnau vbo 
tw^ aan n^ om Hve- 
lyboed. PlakwM p(«Mtfe 
work. Set yoar mm feoara. 
No y llmtt. 4M-7Ki. 

14-PaalttaM Wutod 



RELIABLE aiperiMiM lady 
Aairca Ml Um ar |Wt 
tloM boaMfea^M- ra- bAy- 
dtttaf la Omrdilaad area. 
BKtfMt Tttemtem. CaQ 



It-Local iMilnictioa Clasaea 



imnucncM CLAttES 
NaraM Aides - Orderllea- 
Oak Riimedlcal TrmiDlBf 
School, Great Bridge. 547- 

sise. 



tO-Maatc-Daaee-DTamaOea 



PIANO TUNING aod repair, 
free Mtimatea, old pUao a 
apeciality. CaU 4S6-»16. 
S-S-Zl. 



a-Arflelea (or &le 



CAW}N 3S nm cameia- 
FTB with 12 Mmm, too- 
no mm, S.S lenses, com- 
Ictc set filters $S5G Call 
Ken Berry, 547-4571. 

VKTKmUN LOVE SEAT- 
Upbslater^ ta grera vel- 
»^ - W^; TbMWa»Ule 
slacle bed Md mattress 
V^. CaU 482-1562. 

FOUR :^ece Secttoaal 8o- 
b - cradMd velvet. Zy^rs 
old. $300 Moee 4<3-1797 
alter S:30. 



aS-A^Mea (or Sale 



J^WUUflNG pool wiMie ' 
aator • Must dispose tf 
lt74 pools in stock, sm^ 
rlflce price lor deaper^k* 
ly needed waretana 
^ace, brand new svim- 
■iiae pools includes, deck, 
(eaee, niter, tod var- 
reaOy. 21 a 16 over all. 
fits. kHWled. Call «ai«- 
boaae oettaet «k$% or cv- 
«is%, art tor Roa, MM- 
499-i«ft. 

2|. Aatlqimi 



4t-R0MM-B«lrd 



GIRLS'S clotbea. Sizes I 
to 10. Lite aav. CaU 54S- 
4451 a«er ^M. 

SBCMEY'S iA HUltop North, 
ItM Laakta Rd. taa aqiec- 
ial a« eoopOB OB the liig 
AU Amarleaa Barger in this 
«c*'s Wiadtammer and 
Timite Beaebam. BUI - 
top Ncrirtb oaly aad withraa- 
poa. 



WALL TO WALL CARPET 
ROm SIZE ROGS 
CUSTCMI n»TALLATI(MI 
PWMRtS4-Mtl 

CARPETTOWN 

Acroaaftrom 
SaOirik Plaza 



LARGE SELECTION - OT 
ptloaes, aieclMizlag in* 
Unas beds. vlStorua daa, 
jdM ftraitnre, aMtpe 
doUs. We bay A sell. 
AP^AISALS 
MeltoB Airtiqi^ 
4201 tadian River Rd. 



PRIVATE piaaolenaaafn' 
bagtaBMv to 12 yrs of age. 
Cbarcbland area. Vsa o( 
piaao for pra^M. CaU 
4M-9SZ2 alteraooa. 



tt-Doga,Cata, Etc. 

MOOATORE - Daacbnod 
Mack aad taa, male, AKC 
Ragtaterad ^. CaU 497- 
S7I. 

M-iorata, CatUe ttc. 



Oak Grave 
B1.EA MARKEH 



ATTN: Bamamtkara - 
Friead^ Tmt Suites to ax- 
paadtog aad wokiBg for BUB- 
agera to yoar area- Par^ 
Plaa «9Mleaee p ra l t rr ad. 
CaU ctdlect to Carol Oay- 
5IS-4I»-4S71 or wrtte 
Frieadly Home Parties, 20 
RaUroad Ave. Alfaaay, N.T. 



10 WOMEN 

AND 

HEN WANTED 

uicKi caacern aov hiring 
ftv good payiag jota, plus 
osiBpaay beaefits. Ifo ex- 
p a ri e B c a aecessary. For 

appoiatraent CaU * 

461-1198 



OOiUlnR borsea • El/t 
yr. aad 11/2 yr. - 2 aad- 
dlea, eart aad baraMa. AU 
tor t«0. 4>l-SWt batwaaa 
4 pjl. - S:IO p.m. 
*ya. 



■OL^TEn, GMraaey, Aa- 
gns aad WUto Face Cal- 

vea 2 weeka old $50.00. 
« aeeka old H0.00. Also 
Swisa tetfera flOO-M aad 
IIHJM. Free dtfyery oa 
ioiaad or mora, nnrti|8at 
«tt yotf ^vrovd oa ar- 
rival. Ettber aei. To place 
order caU or »rtte HU 
Rolaa, Bondael, Vlacoaata 
54107, Pboae 7ll-75l-««4 



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SMMMVS WA.II. ■ TfM 



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a, Ta.tSIM 






21-Gir^e Rammage 



GARAGE nle - July 4Ui 
thru July 7th. Frlctay 
through Tuesday. 9 a.m. 
t p.m. 2718 Glenn Ave., 
Overtnwdt (Falrmount) 
Faraitare, Cosmetics, Clo- 
thes, BoHsehold items, some- 
Uiiog tor all. 



Sl-Coiaa aad Stampa 



RARE COINS - formerly 
Norview Coin; Norfolk's 
most complete, buy, seU,' 
trade, buying sUver coins, 
42 Sonthem SboHUOg Cen- 
ter, NorfoUt, K3-811I. 
S-3-12 

It-Good TU^s To Eat 

OJAIL tor sale - Birds, 
Chicks, aad Ens. Call 
414-2914. ^^ 



ROOMi For rMt, Oceaa- 
fnwt rooaa, tor 2, «eMy, 
127.50 am- perMB, Avatoo 
Hotel, 'TOgiBta Beach, Va. 

CaU m-wti. 



45-ApartmeBis tor Real 



2 A 3 BEDIKXMI APTS - 
Ge«v WashiflgtOB Hwy. A 
Gttm«toB Rd. Cloae to 
school A all Bases. Phone 
487-9220 



45-ApertmeaU (or Beat 



NOV LEASING FOR Sept. 
1975 thr* Hay 1976, 1 or 
2 bedrooma (uiUsbed ef- 
ttcieoci^. Oceaa Uke Mo- 
tel at 7th St, Va: Beach. 
W4-42t-l«41. 



49- Ort-«y-To»a let Real 

GRANDY NX. - (WATER 
View aiores) One block 
M Currituck Souad. 2Bai- 
.t>Qni mobile home for 
rent . Nicely furnished. La- 
rge eat -in kitchen. Son- 
mer months - tl75 
per month or^-year lease 
$125 per month. Call 4Z4- 
4507 «■ 482-1445. 



M-Farms-Laad-Tiaaher 

714 ACRES - Auction - 5 
separate parcel* of wood- 
UuMl (from 72.b Ac. to 191. 
«9 Ac.) GoacUaad Co., Va. 
(near 1-64, HadeosvlUe 
Exit) Saturtby, July 26th. 
11:00 a.m. Ertate of C.A. 
SlooBeU. 920ACRES-17Ad- 
loiaiag tneU, Dearitt, Vir- 
glBla (HNldlie Co., S. W. 
o( PelerAarg) less Uiao 
1 mi. from I-IS. Parcels 
from 2.5aereBto71.5 Acres 
Attraetivriy wooiM acr- 
eage. FroBtage oa SUAe Rt. 
C46 Saturday, Aogast ICth. 
11:00 a.m. kaovB aa "Ha 
Butteraottt Lead", fvt ia- 
tormation A detailed bro- 
drare Ownby AaettoaA Rea- 
lty Co., Inc. 1301 Hermi- 
tage Rd., RichBHMd, Va. 
TelqiiMBe 104-351-1493. 

LAKE EDWARD TOWN- 
H008E - 14.000 aad 
aaaaaaa, large lo«aboaae, 
3 bedn»u, 1 1/t briha 
tomtty roea, taeadyard, 
aO caiyalad, oecapaacy 
Sept. lat. Ctfl 4M-«S1S. 
8-7-1 



5t-Fer fale Va. Beach 

PCUBRMCE Haaor - By 
owaer. Water troid, Lymi- 

h««>r, IrM RHrt S IMmh 
5 1/4% aaauMUc. NaMl 
officer vttordera. |57,000. 
CaU 490- 14«. 



Sar vices 



■A 



f 1,000. EQUiTT-llave tato 

1 year eHhriekl»aalM«e. 

2 baftaaaM. I \n WSu, 

tea 4r^aa, raMgerator, 
artf rtoaaiai aw,aaabar, 
dryar. Ihloekafroaioeaaa. 
«9-»44, 499-7041. 

8-7-2 



19-Fer Sale Oeaapeake 

CHtatPKaW'WMgBBt 
Branch. 3 bedroom bridt 
raach, 2 baUirooma, 2 ear 
garage. Central air-condi- 
tioBiBg. )45,000. «4-US0. 

•l-ltoawtPrepanrtarlala 

CRANDT N.C. Nice Lot 
and 2 Bdrm Mobile Rome 
one block from Curritudc 
Sound. Swimming Pool A 
Recreation rights. Good fi- 
shing A hunting. Terms. 
CaU 482-1445 for infor- 
mation. 

fCOL SALE - AVAL- 
oa Beach, KUl DevU North 
CaroUaa. Cottage oa the 
oeaaa. For yoar eaioy- 
meet or tor taivestmeat. 
Call 427-3950 

t»-Oat^Oi-Teaa tar tale 

MOYOCK. N. C. Approx. 
I acre with 2 Bdrm. home. 
1 Ule bath. Tool Shed, 
Trees. |20,000. Terms or 
finance yourseU. CaU 482- 
1445, nights 424-4507. 



PABTIING - wasoartle 
r^M oa smaUer leta ty 
^pertaced paiMe» te-- 
iag ««mer aMOlto. Cha- 
aapMke Sciescc taadM*. 
Free <Mlmates, 40^1. 

PAINTING. - DTTEHICMt 
and Exterior, SnuU or 
large jobs. FREE ESTI- 
MATfS i. C. Moody A 

Sons. 622-7276 



SANDDIG A REFOfSHING 
Hardvood Floors IttYrs. 
eqierieoce, freeeadnates 
420-6474 alter < p.m. 



IKWSE iHiatiag aad hone 
repairs, aU «Knt gaaraal- 
eed, free estimatca, eaU 
BoUqr Todd, 157-69(0 or 
Fred Rictardson, M4-9461. 



a 



JORDAN^ 

24 hour 
/felvery 



ttlS FwaaM Rd. 
S4f-742S Chea. 



TROPICAL Abooseplante 
- Aasortmeat d Plaaters, 
haAets. A gi|l (or 
ioeae." Come ia 
aad teowsa! Oak Grove 
Fla Market. 

COINS, BilBitttrea, dolls - 
^>ecial orders tor Baby 
DoU clodws. See Uiem at 
booUi «9, Oak GroM Fl«a 
Market. SMethhig tor aU! 



CRABS, LIVE STEAMED 
aad soft, al% fresh fish, 
^C»tE DRIVE MARWA. 
8180 Shore Dr. 583-3600 
588-5464 

U-La«a aad Gardea 



TOP SOIL - BLACK FER- 
tUe from Greenbrier. Sand 
and Fill Dirt. Lot clear- 
ing andgr^dii^. Phone 587- 
9077 or 587-0234. 



EARN 
EXTRA MONEY 

SdUag SidMeHptloaa oa 
yoar ova tlaM High Com- 
aOaaioa MUST he friead- 
ly aad diipeHiaUe aadoid- 
pdag. CaU for apfiriat- 



dlt-t4S0 

▼Irgiato Beach] 



DeUvu' tte OmddMd Pictorial la yamr ova area. | 


Some ol Qor eiirlen are earaiag |t. 


to $10. 


aweH( 


tor ddivariag tte Pl«^orlal only oae 


day a 


«eek- . 


We^aadantaaraeaa. .— 




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SEE APPUCATION ON PAGE 2 







mm A mpi? coatm- 

aawraUta. Coaactera Bl- 
eaat. BMlkv, KItdwa, 
Peetet Krivas. Saa Ihem 
Beeih «7, OAKOOVE 
FLEA MARKET. 910 OU 
(koaa M.(aVBattMrid 
MvA lianaahly priead. 
BaMt - The Kidle Mn. 

tsi-w«. 



40-MabUe Homes (Or Sale 

GRANDY N.C. Nice Lot 
Od 2 Bdrm. Mobile Home 
oae block (rom Carrituck 
SouDd. SwimmUig Pool A 
RacraaUon ri^ts.Goodfi- 
all^ A hunting Terms. 
Cdl 482-1445 tor infor- 
matim. 



DISTRICT MANAGER 



If you hav* 1S-20 hours frM oach 
wMk and onjoy workinf with young 
pooplo, ttiis could bo ttw rigM Job 
for you. Rotponsibilitios includo: 
Distribution of nowspapors andsup- 
orvision of approximatsly SSyoimg- 
stors. Tho rigM applicant stiould 
hav* a car, ba socially iiwlinad and 
possoss a good knowlodgo of tho 
Boach araa. A good starting salary 
and training program ara offartd. 
Call Mr. Brown at 4W-3430 for 
appointnMnt and intarviaw. 



9r<mrm 



SEE OUR LEADS 

UGBUGRTS FORCIObD- 
REN, Um a«ard-wlBBiac 
cUhlrea's magasiBa 
aeeda a (aU or part-time 
rqmseatatlve vrtthcartor 
Uie Vtrgtaia Beach area. 
Qudified leads faralsbed. 
Sell rceeaal castMaers 
aod Be« proqwcts who 
write reqaMting order to- 
forautioa. Earn frt)mt<60 
to |1,240 per aioBth in 
commlssiaas aad boaus, 
plu iBsamea aad vaca- 
tion program. TUs oppor- 
lunUy could lead to aa 
area managership. Write 
C F. Rwt, Dept. NSP, 
HlWi LIGHTS FOR CHILD- 
REN, 2300 West FUthAve. 
Cofumbua, Ohto 43216. Ib- 
clude persoaal data and 
pixwe number. 



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a^A 6tartettton^iiti^& 


NEW aad BEAOTIFIIL PraMge Commaatty ia Chesa- 
peake ottortai BMfE SITES For BaUdlag aad CUS- 
TOM BOMESFor Sale. 


Oaly 4 MUaa Fran Ooaatom NorMk Miaate* to 
Graat Bridge Coaveaiaat to bt. 14. 


■oaaca Now Uadar Contradtoa By Imttvidaal Ca^ 
Bailden or The Lovrty Wat tor the Boaae Yoa 
ArcPlaaatag. 


City Water aad Sewer SCUIE WOM)ED MEW HmUN- 
CE Gaorgetowa Blvd. At MUttary Highway For b - 
formatisaC^ 


Ntw8M:tloiiofLott 


Now 0pm 


CALL 464-9317 




Goodmon-Seaor-Hogan 

' Bdi ilii's Imfl amiStal* O jhIhUh 

QtOICE OmCC SRECTION 
GKAT WBDGI-POirrSMOUTH 
AND OTHEIIS 
fMHf IH»»0 M lACN lOCATKW 

a Two Wetli'i Formal • IWimittd Earnidfli 

Training School a OpportwmMs for 

a toovi Hon Ad«inc»m«i» 

a Group Imurancc • Numefow o*Bf 



Tad I 



banetilt 

IB. 






5% TAX CREDIT 

hoLly 6ove 
open house 

Sunday 2K>0 - 5:30PM 
7 3/4% VA FMANCMQ 

(BalUer will pay doalag coat) 

New towabonsM oa Sloop TraU by Hecht CoBstrac- 
ttoa. 3 bednxMna, 2 l/i baths, den, dtaing room, 
waU to waU carpet, central air coodlUaaing. |2t,2S0 
to 121,650. 

• Immedlato peaaaalea 

• AppolBtBeais aaytlme. 

DePRIEST 
WALLACE ''•^y 484-2030 

RayWallac* 484-1117 



FURNITURE 

CREDIT 

QUICK DEUVERY 

A lltUe 00 the Roi«h Side? 
Never had Credit before? 
Are you new to the area? 
Newlyweda? Come on in. 
We can handle your account 
in most cases. We like to 
help young coiq>les and ser- 
vicemM get started. Why 
pay more than the manwtio 
has cash - Uie chiet has 
just one price for all. 

CASH or CREDIT 
QUICK DELIVERY 



See Sandy Bolin, owner. 
reUred Chief. USN 

FURNITURE SHOWROf Ai> 

828 £.. LitUe Creek Rd. 

583-5905 

2981 S. Military Hgwy. 

487-2501 




Ricardo 

Realtors Inc. 

SERVnc 



tor 11 years 

VISIT 
Our New Office 

AT 

351 Jahastowa Rd. 

ia heart tl Great Iridge. 



«R 



547-4555 




Pancake 
Shoppe 

: 1507 AttantlcAv*. 
Va.BMCh 

ALL VARIETIES - 
OF PANCAKES ..... 

Waffles 
Omelets 

Guaranteed 

to be the best. 

Free 

Parking In 

the Rear 

428-9514 



Seafood 
Shoppe 

1611 Atlantic Av«. 
Va.BMcli 

AU YOU CAN EAT„» 



Flounder 

Trout 

Clams 



tervedwitt 
CM Saw, 
French Fries, 
HushPvjtiM 



Oysters 
St Shrimp 
Fr. Shrimp 
Steak 

- LOCAL F/m^FmH- 

Ct^trmiMiOtf 12 
HalfPrlc9 

T»k« Out Or«lwt.... 
428-9514 



The Realtor- 

a voice for America's 

property owners. 




Buying? . . . Selling? . . . Renting? 

SEE THESE LEADING AREA REALTORS FRSTI 
KNOW THAT YOUR INVESTMENT IS SECURE! 



Taylor Bros. 
Roolty 

|104Tyl»IM(R4 

Iriftony Woods 

CmkrGrwt 
Ta^^rwood 



484.4542 




1890 %»edy Ave. 
Chesapeake, Va. 233SI 

FOR i)DlCK R^ULTS 

CALL 
424-3720 




Portmmutii'i 

Largnt 

SalBS Orgwixatlon 

4805 
Portsmouth 
BIyd, 




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4M4fM 



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IRENE WRITnELD4t4-5433 
GERALD GEOIKiE 484-7624 
TtMOlYE B(nrELL484-0404 
PAULINE QOOG 488-tt« 
BEN WHITFIELD 484-5433 
ROMNIE HOWELL 484-0404 



The Realtors above are professionals in real estate who sitiscribe to a 
strict code of ethics as merri)ers of local and state boards and of the 
National Association of Real Estate Boards. 




HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



4 aa . Mat 



3980 Port Road 

Ahoy Acres, Cb»ap»te 



^Mom Mvea rotw brid L-Raaehar so 
^ner. M, Lli^ rotm, (ttuag mm, mi 
la U^ea, da^and three bedro«BS, eatnnce 
Iqw^ndta* (« Mhs. Has certral air 
c o am o a iud ipw hrt air (tact heat. 
Any type flnad^ $32,900 

Call Lewis &Mders 4Z4-3720 

Nites 487-5444 




HOME 
SERVICES 




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CONSTRUaiON 
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543-$^L3aW«Mws aAir CommutH 
- JR. •Forklfts •SpodiHMlanM 
jf: •CronM adRiini'Soww 
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mouth -to -nrMHith resuscitation on "Re- 
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\Mhich allows viewers to see ttw effects 
of cardio-pulmwiary resuscitation. 



Leigh Forbes is a "heart piower." 
He is one of ^ cardiac tedmiciwa wfw 
operate with ttw Virginia ^ch Rescnje 
S(^ia(^. 

Trained to run *e ei^ipment whidi 
lirrics the rescue v^icles with t»» Emer- 
guKy Medical Coronary Office at Vir- 
ginia Beach General Hospital and give 
specialized first aid, tt»ese technicians 
are called into any emergency crisis 
involving the heart. Sincebegiflningeper- 
ations 21 months ago, the cardiac tech- 
nicians have answered more than 1,800 
calls and the morality rate of arrival 
at hospitel emergency rooms has drop- 
|»ed from 15 per cent to 8 per cent. 

"You know Genesis says the Lord 
breatfied into man and gave him life," 
Forbes commented as he demonstrated 
nrwuth-to -mouth resuscitetiontedwiques 
on a plastic model. Fort>es became in- 
terred in rescue work seven years 
ago because he wanted to benefit the 



community. After taking an enner^ncy 
medical technicians course he apj^i^ 
for advanced courses in canliac care 
and ¥»ent on to become a cardiac tech- 
nician. 

When he is not wording for bis father 
at Forbes Candies or riding ttie rMCue 
vehicles, Forbes gives first aid demon- 
strations on how to treat J»art atteck 
victims. 

He described three types ol exis- 
tence - life, clinical death and biolo- 
gical death. The latter case cannot be 
revi^^, btrt in clinical deaththe victim s 
vital functions can be continued until 
arriving at the hospitel for Intensive care. 
To date 16 people have been saved by 
the Beach's cardiac technicians. 

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aid demonstration for treating heart 
atteck victim* can call the Emergenqf 
Medical Coronary Office at Virginia 
Beach General Ho^itel. 



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For Joan Letert, tbe raotter at tigtt cUMreo, 
tryine to scrape tog^lier eootigk mooey to pay tlie 
electric bills for their all-electric borne io Green 
Ran has become som^UnK of a nigiitmare. 

Ever since the Leberts discovered a P30 bill 
ia Iheir maiUtQX for two iBQatli'& sernce ia FA- 
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The bill, covering two months, actually dooliled, 
llrs. Letwrt said. "Tbe thii« we couldn't under- 
stand," ske «id«d, was flitf Vepeo said the fondly 
used twice as maiqr IcUewaft boure daring a twi^ 
nwrth span irhen the l^berts had been coBseni^ 
electricity. 

The bill lovmpted the Letierts to cot tteir «se d 
eUN^cal apfriiances drasttotl^. wtttioHt nudi in- 

WKxM&JM tlHt is MM ng^M^t^to 
W^^mMimh^tmM Mpe«^UlW9 wten tt^ 
purchased their borne three years ago at 3536 Pe- 
tanla Crescrat. 

"Ever since we g(A tttf ^ lri|fe ti^" fhs.^ 
Lriiert nid, "we've bewbori^^ag fr«B Peter 1b> 
pay I^ul." Her hOjAand, Doug LjKbert, a finrftgbter 
at Dan Hedc, earu eiftra mtmif to pay the Mils 
mooali^iag as a omstnictto wortcer. 

lin. Letert lets her husband handle flie bills. 
"I swear I couldn't sleep at night. I can't worry aboirt 
all this staff," she said, so when the bills arrive, 
"I Just (hio't open tbna." 

Sbe said the family really feel tbe squeese be- 
tween Vepco and high food bills, which mn $100 
a week. "Most of what we spend," she added, "you've 
g(rt to be aide to eat or drink. Fortunately, my hus- 
band and I aren't the p>ing-out type." 

lirs. Lebert hasn't used her dishwaster in four 
m(Hrths, and the air conditioning is a fond memory 
from la^ summer. She said she even reduced tbe 
Dumber of loads of cMhes she washes «»ch week 
In an effort to omserve. 

If V^KO rates continue to rise, Mrs. Lebert said 
she is seriously considering turning off the electricity 
and living without it. 

"We could have a big camping trip without leav- 
ing home," she said, "ji^ te see bow much it would 
cut back." She may even use block tee in an old 
refrigerator in the prage. 

Meanwhile, tbe Leberts are a little behind on their 
bill Vepco is letting tbem wait u^ (he end <^ the 
month to pay their last Mil, although jke conpany 
did sewl one man to turn M service June 18 after 
the Leberts bad been told on tbe telephone tlvtt 
the bill (»uld wait. A {4ione call to V^)ai finally 
cleared up tbe misunderstudii^. '^ - 

"Maybe if ttey lowered the rates," Mrs. Lebert 
suggeMed, "they'd get paid a little quidter." 



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JAtt A. Pahey, ind^mtaBt cawH<Me for the 
Virginia Senate, is asking Virginia Beach residrats 
for more than just their votes. He wants their eyes, 
too. 

While making the roods door-to-door trying to drum 
m yi^&, Fabej says he occasiquUf will ask re- 
si^^s to ^edge tteir eyes to the Old Dominion 
Eye Bank in Richn<^. 

Faliey stresses that their is no coimedl«— es- 
pecially wA a political one-- between his camittip 
for voles and eye donors. 

"I'm not tyi^ tteir eyes ^k1 votes t<^etlier," 
says Fatey, "birf I vistt aboiU 50 roistered voters 
a dby, so I may as well ask tbem to dwate their 
eyes." - 

So br Fatey, vto tas sigiM a £ard ple^i^ bis 
eyes 19m dMth to tte eye task mjB ne s coavinc<Kt 
about a iotm pemms to io likewise 

"I'm gMiiw more vrtei tten eyes," te remarked. 
"Maybe I'll ask my oppwients to pledge their eyes, 
too 



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Surfers looking for a sprt 
to ride the waves aloi^ 
tte resort strip teaches 
tere may grt a break next 
week. 

Virginia Branch City 
Ccmocil is scheduled to vote 
Monday on an ordiiance 
which, if aj^roved, would 
allow surti^ alMg anaiM- 
ittimal 100-foot ArmtA at 
l>each mrth of tbe Steel 
Piertf RadeelnM. 

Pres«tly, sirti* is 
permitted along ai^ of tbe 
city's pid>lic beaeteste- 
lore 10a.m. and after 5 
p.m. Surfii^ IS permitted 
all Aiyah^ctrtaia bach- 



es, inclodlqg Little Island 
Park at SaiAiridge, Cnm- 
taa Beach, CampPendlrton 
and betweea 3r« Md »h 
9re^s. City law pcobilrits 
surfi^ in swimffling areas 
and vice ver^. 

Cwmcilmaa Patrick 
Standii^ asked City Atty: 
J. Dale BImsm to draw 
19 an ordiMoee to alMr 
sttrti^; aloof tte^Mitional 
m> feet of b^eh. SaMUng 
served on a mmi^S^t 
which studied tte syrflag 
situation with Co^Unan 
John Griffin and surfers 
Bob HaUawi ad BmmM. 
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These Virginia Beach youths showed off 
their talents during a skate board con- 
test at Mt. Trashmore Municipal Park 
July 4th. The event was part of the day- 
long activities at the park. A late-nic^t 
fireworks display capped the day's 
events. 





Sights set on Ft Story 



By MARC SHOLONaCT 
^cial to Tke Snn 

With sigMs s^ on Ft. Sory, a Virginia B^ch 
cttis^s' committee tes reoommeMted tttt the city 
accpire acMitional beachfront land to accomodate vis- 
itors ai^ resides in tte resort city. 

Tte Pacific and Atlantic MovemMt Parking and 
Image aody (Pampis) Committee presentwt its final 
report to City Council Monday, em^siaing the need 
to a^aire Miditic»al brach areas to cope with crowd- 



ed cmditiotts aloi« tte city's o<^afroM. 

Fort aory, located in north^stern Virginia Beach, 
«ns cited as an iiteal s{xA, and its acquisition was 
reocHnmcBded. 

Comparing Virginia Brach to New York city. Com- 
mittee Chairman G.W Detterman Jr. said, 'Ft. 
aory cwld te the Cajtral Park of this arw " 

Members of C-ly Council agreed "If Virginia 
Beach could get it (Ft. aorv). it would te ite Finest 
(See PAMPIS, page A-^) 



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(Continued from page A-1) 

tUiw ttal e»er taweMd in tMs area,'' saWCom- 
cilmaB Ctaries Gardwr. 

He t^d, "We're toeed wBfc aa tacr«se to TUe- 
wtter ii^latloo and a decrease ia recr«tlMal 
trmL." 

Alttwgh Ciwncil acce|*rf the Pasq^ report, CM- 
fret«UtM« tfte commiHet «i a ^ well dote, re«wj- 
m«tatiws «iBt be further dlse«ased aod a|i^t>v«i 
before any jdans are imj^effleited. 

A seowd iraportart Pamids n&mt^gMim was , 
the pr^»ratioB ol plaas to Ij^fflwi^ a wmpitto 
one-way traffle ^rtem on Attantlc aad PaeWc A?e- 
nes. 

Ac«»rti^ to m rea»ai«diUtoB. the {daiis timM 
be oirried mi in three phase*. 

The «r^ phase woaW InclirtB a partial arc- way 
^r«et tftHge. This woaM aeM thrt rtW^ nwrt^ 
ea^ and w^ betwcra 5th aMi 39tk Stre^^woOd 
beo»e one-way tboroi^hfares. A ^MiiM« Am* a 
mm slpaUiatun systrai and iaelnsloB ei a scesad 
brU^ at RiKtee Inlet in the Capital Inprovnacat 
PWiram also would be part rf jiaM «e. 

maae two caHs tor the con^etM ef 1>e aeeaad 
brfaSge at Rudee Wet. 

The final phase wcwid convert Atkatte |8tf Pacific 
Avenes to complete one-way rtreets fteai MtSnet 
to Rtfee Inlet. The third phase also vfU (^fir Ok 
cnn^rtkH of a »Xh Street kx^i. vUeh woaM iMtele 
BiaUi« Slst Slre^ b^wea Atlotk aad Pa<dfic tee- 
way wNttxHOd awl BovlBK the traSk: 1^ at AtlanUc 
nd 31st to Pacific at »Xh. Phase three will eoaehide 
by conplMne Rntee Bridge two aad iostalUai UAed 
traffic signals. 

It was noted that the recomn»MdrtiOB eaUs for 
oimpletioD of the seond Radee lalet Inidge hefn^ 
Atlairtic and Pacific Afeoa« beoopneoae-wayatreeta. 
Detterman called this "a ccMniRvnise.'' He ap|Maed 
that compl^ioB of tte se<»ad Mdge wooU «M>le 
traffic to loop tnm Atlaaltc (nortlboanO to Paci- 
fic (soutUNmnd). The compromlM is Isr the mer- 
cbwts (A the resort arm. If the inldKa were fin- 
ished after one-way traffic was begaa, bnsiaess «>ald 
be negatively affected because traffic coold not easily 
come bad(. 

Uardner added that, ctadrary to bdief. Virginia 
Beach's motds do not receive a large majority 
of their business through reservations. CMy about 
60 per ceirt (tf the (»ji(mera make reservaUoa (hir- 
ing the peak summe- moiths, he eqdalaed. So, 
Gardner said, reservations would neH st»i ttc tide 
if the sec»nd brieve m*s not GonpMed priiH- to 
one-way inplemefltatioa. 

Another Vmb^ tefowmefgrtiaa eoncena ¥iiiia'^ 

ia s^ nin^ M^ «o W¥ *»* 

faieyde frth to be eDaSnKtef to tte west^de of 
the boardwalk, paraltellag tt where land is avail- 
able, from 6th Sreet aratt to StUi Street. Bicy- 
cits moM not be permitted w the boardwalk oace 
sikHi a path is eomideted. 

Otter (knnnittfe recMsmenitauUons were: 

• tiat a detwaiaattoa he a^e ol structure pra- 
imity to tte Imildiag Ji» aad wto the streetoothe 
ea^ sUe ol Attaattc Aveoae tor the papraeof ta- 
creasiag the sidewalk wktth aad i^vortag to grade. 

• that ramps to Qieed north-south miwient of 
the eUerly aad Imndlcapp^ be Installed akng At- 
iasrtic ktrnx on the w^ afafe. id tuh oamer. 

• ttit bicycle tnffie he elfli^^d tniiJ^la^c 
Avoae (tarii« the tourist s«wae Iih' the kfaffh of 
fiK comideted bflce path. 

• that restrooms wwld oshaoce the image of Oe 
resort ar«i. 

• that tm^ be GoU«^ed no later ttan 9 a.m. 
(taring tte towlst seism and ttet plastic coitainers 
be nsed to r«hi» aelae. 

efliat an appropriate ume for tte mort se<^iaa 
be fovad, to enhance tte aiea's image. 

• and that tl» aeceaamj ortfiuice te la'ovidcd 
that would guarantee building hdg^ (to not eicaed 
tte Units pi aoa-int«f«wce wtth svn-bathers. 



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VU|lMa B«ck mUMts aad tourists can now 
ridt tte Qemtnti auttto alow tlw Atlantic Ave- 
Mc fMM air^ firiM te« fttwt to Ft. Story. 

Tidtwn^ MMra nwtftt tai^attd tbe slwttle 
Timdir Tkt air eetdtttaMd oMdCMCk laves 
m fbvtt hoorly flrOB II a.a. vrtU 9 p.m Re- 
tan tr^ km Ft. Stmr Itavc at bonr Wervals 
tmm 10:30 a.M. vtU f:IO p.m. 

fht dMttla qwrrtM nvai dajrs a iradt. Mas- 
«|«r Ikrt to ^ eaata, aid paa8«c«« rMiag to 
tta Soatli Athatic AfMM arai may transfer free 
to and from Mute 34taMs at 17tk and lltb mreeU. 



fitef sellers charged 



The ovMT aid foar en^iqraf of Weyf en Coatry 
Beef, tee., to Vfr|tate BaaA were fattetod llooi^y 
bf a Clrarit Ceart gnad toy w Aaivea of ckeat- 
tateaatoiMrt. 

ne flv*. «to aM Mtf at 1M--B RoaOMal Boad, 
»n tceai a d e( Ac^tai cutonan oat of tkoaaaads 
of Mian la eeaMctiaavltli the sale of beat ialmUi 
lN-tnei«v. 

Oaiaer R aberi C^ri ma dMiied wtti foar eoarts 
of torpry- 

Salaaaaa David Laeaa, Haegk Spieaawi, Jaaiea 
Uado aad Leoaard EUi^ van aeeaaed irf d»rt- 
tai ento««s oa beaf vaifhts. 

The eorpont^ «u iafietad oa ^aifes vi short- 
tac aad uia( "hatt-aad-awttcb" tactia Iqr adver- 
tisim ehe^ eato of Iwtf that it iateaded to aM. 

The iadi^BaaU dtawnd a five-moath iawsti- 
pUha by the eity't Office of Coasnoier PratectioB. 



Beach youth killed 



A yaaac Viiftaia Beach bof was killed and Us 
eompaaioa lifwad vhea they wen hit by a car 
Ji«y 2 oa Mmod m>ad tf HaatlBK Bill Laae. 

Wflltaai Garrick, 7. of Oa «00 Node ol Lia- 
dttw Laaa «ad tit NorfUk Geaeral OMpitel 2 1/2 
boon altar ttewxidaat. 

Kavia h. fflna. C. of tibe 4100 bloek of Peadi 
Creak Laia wu tnatad tor cats aad bniiaes at 
BqpBide fleapflal. Ha waa aot i^nred serioaaly. 

The Mtar of Ihe ar, Iraw E. Holt, 27, of the 
«00 btoek af Vallajr Forie Uae, was aot cKarpd 
yaadiac aa Javaat^tioa. 



T-wo drownings 



foee/ 




wRV K99 



Virginia Beach's Ciiy Council meetings 
are not u$4jaHy filled with heated de- 
bate and discussion. Counciimen J. Henry 
McCoy (left) and Floyd Waterfield prove 



this at a recent Monday meeting vAien 
they found something amusing to lau^ 
abtHit. 



Folf( Arts Festival 
opeiii this weekend 



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A variety of crafts and 
talent will be (m display when 
the seowd annual FoUc Arts 
Festival e^eas this week- 
end in Virginia Beach. 

More than SO craftsmen 
from So<rth Carolina, North 
Carolina and Vlr|^^ have 
roistered to pmeat tteir 
wares at the festival la Prto- 
cess Anie Park from 11 a.m. * 
until 7 p.m. Skturday 
and from 11 a.m. otil 5 
p.m. Suday. 

Crafts will be tor sale 
iMlwBng weaviiv, qiianiif 
leathenrork, natvral dyn, 
sItHMware, pottery, stitch- 
ery uid lace. 



Bach Mayor J. Cwlis 
Payne will preside amr 
openii« cerem^es Sam- 
day at 1 p.m. 

Also dvrii« the festival 
folk groui» and indivifhials 
will perform, and food wlU 
be served at a coortry ston. 

The Vi^iBia Baaeh Ftrik 
Dance Society will demon- 
strate their daiH:es at 3 
p.m. Saturday. Banjo player 
Bob Zentx will perform at 
4 p.m. SboMj. 

The Festival' is aponsorr 
ed 19 the Virfinia Beadi 
Departmnt of Parks and 
Recreatkw. 



Redwoods to star 
in flower show 



Next raorth 3,000 Cali- 
toraia redwood trees, 
which have been growing 
in the Tidewater area all 
summer, will be m nle 
in VirglBia Beach. 

The trees were Hown in 
by the Men's Garden Club 
of Tidewater and will be 
part of the seaaA aaaual 
Tidewater FlowerandGar- 
den Sbam at the Virginia 
Bach Civic Center, Aug. 
29, » and 31. 

Hie race's dob hopes to 
make Tidewater the red- 
wood capital of tte east 
coast. 



Also featured in the show 
an moBicipai gardens boilt 
by the cities of Virginia 
Beach, Norfolk, Ports- 
mouth and Chesapeake. The 
gardens will be competing 
for a national award pn- 
s«it8d by the Americas 
ftorticulture Society. 

Other parts of the show 
include a large dis^y by 
the Virginia Bonsai Society 
and the "largest pompkin 
and largest sunflower con- 
test" tor the younger gar- 
deners in Tidewater. 

AtoissioD to tte diow.is 
$1 aad the honn an fnmi 
10 a.ra. to 10 p.m. 



www rapettad ia VtigWa Beach 
ovw a t«D-tfaF parted toirt mek. 

Oa nwadli^, ChfttoB Laos &ms. IS. of Batter 
Glea aaar Bictaead, dnwnad whea a latge wave 
atradc Ma raatad nfi to the oeaaa off lltt Street 
ft* ton* tt the wav« tecw Um iato the avf . 

My 2, Boyd C Mttoa. 21, aa Oeeaaa aaih»-, 
&mmi wMla m^Mriag off in Street. Bis body 
waa iMai aarly T la raday wMttm, wMhed ashon 
oathahMChatmatnat. 

Matte* MS aMaehad to S^ndna TA SS at Oeaaaa. 



Building planned 



Coastnettoa will bagia Jaly 17 oa a new thrae- 
story daetws' office halUag adja<»at to Bayside 



Tha fl.7 ■lUioa stractan, to be called Bayside 
Pnrfaaaioaal C«tar, wfll eoatata irffice saites tot 
SSdocotrs. 

Tha Bok MUtm Corp. of ft. Louis will baiU 
and naaaga Oa hidiag. Aetaal work mttlU ab- 
eoatit^d by variou TIdewtf «- tradesraco. 



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SALES 



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LOW 



FriM mus. aad Up 
PAYMENT 



'Tnda" Is oar middle name! 



ssEOun mo selection of 



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faa — y au a ms sawn weattly 
fi^^Nali M aiV eae af ^Hqr 
waaalWaaad MpaMwa i d MaMie Hornw 

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Luxury Above Ghround 
Pool 

OlM'aMitf MV f0ra 0Vaf iWtm fttm$* 

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Now OiJy *?«•• 

AikForBa^d 



Deadline set 
for wage reports 



Virginia Beach residents 
have vitil JUy 31 to send 
thefr quarterly wage n- 
ports and Social Security 
coitfrflMtioas for hoase- 
hold w»fcen to the In- 
ternal Revenue Service. 

People who pay a hoose- 
boM wwrker wages of $50 
or montoaayttreeaieiMt 
(pmrter must fUe a rq»rt 
within one mmth after the 
end of the quarter, ez- 
{daincd Harvey Ridiager, 
so^I security field rq>- 
nseatative for Virginia 
Bea<A. 

The quarters are Jan- 
uary to Mar^. ^nH to 
Jue, Mr tereagh ~ 
tomuri^r 



cnnber. Reports an due 
for tiie second quarter of 
1975. 

Report forms are avail- 
abte at aay Internal Rev- 
erne Service iMce. 

Eraptoyers pay an equal 
araooBt to the 5.15 per 
cent ci cowred wages, the 
Social Security contribu- 
tion lor hoaseboU em- 
idoyes. 

Emptoyen of hous^old 
worfcen can obtain a free 
copy of the leaflet, "Soc^ 
Seoirtty aad Tour Rouse- 
hold Employe," atthe Nor- 
folk Sodak Soeartty office, 
3M1 l^.VlrgiaU BeacA 
Blvd., i^phoae 441-MOl. 



VWidies 





ij f! promise 



I Wn Ws a aie a. Wrgmia Brndt Bird., mtt KtUmfU 
rift MtoiMW or AMntmMMa«^ mane KU m W t 






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W«^ (l^v« you up to *700 in 
•xtrM when you buy a now 
WhuMbago motor homo. 

Cheoac^ ftma mkrawave ovees, TVs, modntrftes, 
rrirtgei^er/ Cr«a»n. cookwan, rooftt^ car- 
rlen -- aad luay awn oritlag otras from 
on: qiecial gift catalogne! 

OFFEBOOOOWT«.JM.y»g 

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37»- Va. Beach Blvd. (2 aU. east of Pembroke 
Mall) n. 4M-1211 

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NiMOMi Fifv AtilCLlJOn AMocMion 

Th«%bHeS«vtoo Council, mc gs 




Is there a wedding in 

YOUR FUTURE? 



SEE US. 



Wedding flowers 
are our 

specialty! 

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'~ 360 LONDOH BRIDGE 
SHOPPING CENTER 
_^ VA. 8EACH 

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Howtopirichpemieslikeaiealpro:^ 
dial kxig distEHioe diiect 

Bah humbug, Indeed! In these times when every 
penny you can pinch counb, saving a little extra is nothing 
to sneeze at. 

>^'ll be amaz«J how much you can staA away 
by dialing long distance youiself. In many cases you can 
dial two or three outof-^te station-to-station calk for 
what it would cost to make }ust one^rou^ the qperatot 

If you run into trouble completing your own call, 
tell the operator. You'll still be eligible for the direct-dial 
rate. 

And to save even more, dial your out-of-stete bng 
distance calls \aA\&\ rat^ are kwesL Aut check the call 
^kie In front of your kical directory 7 

What the dktens. From now on w^n you caD 
long distance, take the direct approach. It pays. 

Aiwther da^k: «i^ yovr i^Kme comfwii^ 
cxHnes dirough wMi setvkx. 




Contir^nM T^efirfwne 
ol Virginia 



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A-4 -- Th» Sun, July^S, 1975 



F(y lilgli school graduates 



Career plarming stMtts early 



By AKTOtnt A. UETCHER 
S^c^l to TiM ItaB 

Natioittlstatii^ics ttldicste ttet Que average Aneii- 
car chalices emi^qrme^ tbrec-to Ave times (hiring 
his- eafeer, ^mMimes {or a better ]a}> Iwt usually 
tecanse be U mtamr «itl> «fe>t he's doing. 
~, Too «ltn. gra<taatiBg Ugh school students bil 
to taEe Into account loog-term developments when 
^making jdans |or coU^e. The choice of a firat job, 
and 4ll those that JifltoK. -Should be guided by a car- 
eerfAan. By develo]^ long-range strategies, the 
fntstnt^, and too itften fruitless, (^est for the 
"perfect ](^ can Iravoided. 

Success ^ia Andteg ^ msdoable equivalent of an 
ideal career dreads open a^tdarthat combines strong 
pM'sottal irteresf with the r^lities of the ]ob mar- 
'M. Such a plan onst also be com^tible with your 
abilities awi be ftatible cwMgh to'illow for chaage. 
The benefits from such a plan are also long-term, 
but invaluable -- incr^ised productivity because your 
talents fit the j(tt> and the si^islaction that rames 
(Mily when one's work is an eitasion of personal 
interests. , 

Of course, tins is an ideal situation, bntwr own 
e^erience A coimsettng college men and women in- 
dicates ttsrt Uiere are many ways to (Main the 
"ideal." For example, laEe the case of thf Ph.D. 
candidate in Uochemistry. In spite ol his academic 
success, he really wanted a career in animal lu-eed- 
ing and maiagen^. Ratter tten tallow tte (Arttms' 
course of Us trynlng and u^eg^ a weU-payiag 
position in Moctemil^, he painstakingly sang}rt a 
job that cooM also satisfy his other interests. In 
tiOM, he toaai a job^ as director of research tor a 
cattle breeder, nis case, wUch is not eiceptiwal, 
emphasi»s the need for knewiiig year own Interests 
and pusnuBi'llMHateiitty. 

Mdligent exnwr pbimiing r^nires three prqar- 
^ory st^: Efaln^ yourself, an^aise the job mar- 
ket (what's la deraud?) and develop your self-con- 
fidence. The firat tavirives addng yourself some es- 
sential (p^lkns ^uut wlat skills you have, wlat 
aptitudes and HmltaHcM and what you mlly enjoy 
doing most, as w^ as what you do the best. 

Other people ~ pueaka, teachers aodcoimsellors— 
can and AoiiM pfuli^iate in this proc«s to help 
you gain self-imderstsndliv And Klf-confideace. In 



A. LM^cr Is directM- of idaee- 



i^m in tim works 



The paMi to a tuecMsM earMr ut^Mtd wifi awnrMtts. f Imi- 
bilit^ «Mi ibNmi'^. Tha^s iM i^Im irt mm JplMinwit (flrtetor 
to hi{^ set^ (^adyatas Mid ttiair |Mir«nte who w#>n^ii^ caraar 
and colloga fAam. 



Aotf Okses, thMe oUmt "JirtgM" can ttea m 
penoaal^ tntts that tfade evan ttm mm koacM 
self-entairtioa. And iMm yw'M hnliMMi yoarovm'* 
self-examinatlos with ttitf of othen ite kww yon.- 
your s^-coitfidMce ^o«M Mlow mUMf. Oiee 
you've detovlnad for yowself wh^ yoi can An, 
bdfeve ia yourself. 

Once your self-evahi^eB of aptiMn m$ iridUs 
hashes made, start Moktag to* those etnim wWeh 
appear to be most ra^atttJa Irtt ysnr ttf^Uaag*. 
ApOa, pareats, teat^ers aad tttnasrttnra cu Wit 
help in {Ht)vidb« Ugh school students witb the o^ 
portuBity to test their, ideas dMirt a vocatiM ^aiart 
the naUty of tte jeb naifort. Whenever pOMdUe, 
stodei^ shouU be ^vea tte opportudty to foila* 
a day ia a career that tntereits them. 

Parents can eacoarage their chfldrea to do vA- 
uateer work or tidce suBmo- jobs related to tkair 
career iitf«^sts. Teachers shoold try to estahUah 
and clarify the relatJoasMp brtweea academk Mb- 
jects and tie needs of a» real world. Ttetefor- 
tance of language coarses for^eampte, ml^htnani 
vividly stressed la the ooaAeit of wpamHag tonlpi 
markets, or mathwaatics as tt reives to the logte 
<auM. 

As yon begin to know yttar streagOs and wari- 
nesses and have decided what careers matd q) with 
your (taydraams, start looking for pnifasaiatal ad- 
vice. Voe^ianalcoBascUors aot oely pcovida lafar- 
matioa on oecapatioaal areas. bat adiiaaiurtadaata< • 
(» how to oUaia their directives. Hi^ kaowtodge 
of employment treads is aa importaat area of ex- 
pertise. 

For enaiple, a student who has strong acadwak 
interests, ta^ofs wmidag with peo^e and has a flair 
lor intaperoaaal commuaicatioa, mi^ amvial^ be 
directed to teacUag. However, in view of tte opeet- 
ed decline ia MroUmMts ia pBbile aad p^mi* . 
schools, eaqMrteaced oottutftart wotfdMa**tal'< 
temate speciaUsaOms in reWed fields nek asread- 
ing, leaiiiiag disaUlitin, qiee<^ and heartag p^- 
ology m special edacatiaB for Vbe physically aad 
mentally retantod. Beeaaae there will be a gnat«> 
aeed fn- tiaiasd apedalisU to ttnw Itelft iar yean 



to sMRe, ttey are % good etatee In- iMiivldiils with 
teuMag tal^Mts Md a^ratins, 
^UHr ^«i*frlad tta ckaiea tii' aetaniiae yoar 
Mlttiaa, fm 4HttFM aad «4itf la i^ea to tte lob 
vHMet, j^BllHi to tat If iif* we m oMaetos 
to a^tng pour go^ For tataiet, a eeUage sta- 
itaat who warti to fee^ ottm or work «ltt tte sick 
nd taew liMa« is a peat aaad fer do^an, ariftt 
ba «e««t^ dl^fchtad to Aseover OtA he iHirt 
da viQ ia I has^ laid ol MHind I 
Ittd la taawa haleni oolki^. I 
tide to iafaaOiito remedial eovaaa that 
aa^ aMi^ ia hto odlage caran- ~ adi^ 
him to o^:h ap. Or ha a^tt have foand aaother, 
rtfated fiaU ttat didat have «itte tte sane re- 
«idrMaato, aaca as pfeyiriaa Ikerapjr m- paramed- 
icba 
Set priorttiaa far year goals nd decide lAat is 
impiotaat In- yoa. Do yea really waM jaat oae 
or area, m are tfe«« other, reteted 
flilds oflMattaa aama revaids hot wSiKMt tte same 
«M^daa? na dUlHWl aHvars to qaaaHoas like 
h^ point oat attenmtive Jota to related 



As yon parMe yonr academic earaw, doat pass 
«p oivortnttiea. FlmdUlity ia aa eaaeatial qnaltty 
la a yoaag career aeeiw. Aad Oat meaas williag- 
aass to take advutage tt eoaraaa; v^atfew opaa-' 
iaga, ny ehaace to baeoaM 'overt" at somrtMag -- 
even thoa^ tbeae tuf Ht seem attraetife to yon 
lattlaUy.Aifc.yaBradf, what .iriUl get from tUstkat 
will be aa asaat to my IMare plaas? 

tti short, the pathi to a saceaaatal caran' is pand 
Witt amnaaM. fleiil^ aad ptaaadnf. After aval- 
nataig jnarsdf. sea ho* your personal "ptaaaes" 
at wWi'dmilabla qwriaga. Tkaa re-avatete wfetf 
yoa eaa do. nan ahead, so that whea the time coaes 
yo« caa ei^Ua to a potaaUal en^oyer wtiy yoa 
are wtfl-aqirippaa lor a,farticalar }0b. 

Aa aata^ amroHw oj^ ywr owa capaWlltiw, 
wihto e d wlik careM pfenabv early Im yonr career, 
wm pt^iare yoa to grasp uifMHtanttlM as iiwy 9- 
paar. Evea mne iapntaat, caraial, earty pr^^ara- 
tlea eaa aaalda yim to go aat aad matoflKwaop- 
pntaaitiaa to- yoirs^. 



'Normalization' of the retarded 



In ihese ^atarbed Wiu».st nmaway iatlatton, in- 
creasing i^den^mia vMaq^vaV aBein^oymert, auny 
Americans w^pKt have noticed a sigbifi<»nt positive 
change in OKr^)elc*y,-adttnp that indicates a matur- 
ity attitod^'toward those whO^are "different from the 
rest of UB." The process is kknrn as "oormalisatiM," 
which is governed by the belirf that the mentally re- 
tarded should have all the opportwiUtes to live as 
nnriy a normal a life as possiUe. 

llie term "nDrmaUs^ioB" alnust qieaks for itself 
and wcnldo't i^pdre-an ^^mrttoa at all, were tt aot 
that most Amertew aaat^ aware that tlis^- 
raaoisiog process is actively «der way. In the D.S. 
toftay, Iwadreds (if Jiot thousands) otf meirtally re- 
tarded persons are being accepi«i i^ eommrt- 
ties as dtiaeos, with the right to live tolly and pror 
(Actively. Retarded persons are now being lutnrided 
,witb a frowiag range at servii^ to the community, 
so that 'instttatiniialtiBtioB" - sometime a dread 
inaction - U carri^ oat «lth greater restraint ttan 
inthepast. 

% now there tsjp^ deewasMatiw and admow- 
ct tte bMVmt teffe insUt^oas lor the 
r^xtttef^nd to be it^ersonal aad de-ta- 
Because these insfitatioBs mot sqier- 
nurabers of peoiOe, resfateots tend to be- 
oime passive, to line their individuality and not to 




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haadle ttrir Uviag problems I7 1 
tly retfdaats^y aot eveahealknnd sad Maple taAs 
as diaagiaK a TV t^anael bf ttemaelves, toqr taatokd 
mast "all $b attendant. Aad to Ihciltotetae awagamiat 
of large nnmbers, it is aot eommoalorftdl-powa ad- 
ults to be reaAed In- had as early is S or 4 ^b. 

Lite aayme dse nailer sadialmoraia aaddipaadaBl 
circamsfamcM where all wU- respcas ttfli^ iadsalad, 
retarded persons tend to kwe wh^ Maa<^ites Hkf 
have. The proidMas (rf i^ttatieacjare mmjiniailail 
torther bf the lar^ aaadien otqwodlal pancaaal 
required, ud Ods. ia tanjrliytos ttea eoaOy to 9- 
erato. Finally, iiotttdloaB are HaaqrleaMltBnnl 
or ootlyiag ams, which oftaa meaas funittas loae 
taaefc, coidrttadiBg even aw* to the IstdaUoa of tie 
retarded. 

While instit^loas areat doaiag tteir doors yat, 
twtoy ttey are setivtiy gofag ttroa^ Vmir nittn 
satOat sdMde eaattdatatoretanitoaa* 
la fiel, our aoetoty is shewing signs of bocoafari 
ac<M|(iag, t(defMlaBdaBdef^aadiagofthOM«liO«H« 
oat^ttoo^ to be too dilteeat to taebrfe tiMb tfei 
eoBuaaaity. 

InaovatioH ia liviag arraa^mento are pia^ a 
major part ia nnUag tt po«fi4e for ike retarded to 
join the onBmmtty as prodnetive mMibers. lasteadof 
being locked any in th^e large instttatlGBa, awqr 
r^arted penoas now Uve wtth their faalliasMdvork 
in anskiUed or semi-AiUed poattiena. Some reludad 
person live with fnater bmiliea, wh«re th^ share a 
home and cwapaaionship, aad where soaeoBeeaaJook 
ant for them U aee^nry. 

If ore fMsntly, retarded persons have bsaa ^iatag 
group homes, ^tat six to dgfetretardedpeneasaay 
share a brass wtth ooe or two "nwaallytoae^aiag" 
persons, who provide the sligU degree of sqm^rtstoa 
seeded. These poq>bmnes,whid are supported ua^ 
CtHamaMy Mntal Health Programs, have been Parted 
bf a varkty of cogaidatisaa aad iadividuals — pablic 



, pass notso«^ritttiflasor«*««hf 
prfvata Manata. ^r"»isya«aalre*a way" aadlUi4i« 
aad wwtiag to tte MUMltty, maataUy rrtardadper- 
•OM rtfiava aocMy of a fiaaaeiaiaardaa.«Mii|naltta- 
tf«i^ add to tta iiMa tmim* ot mr smdaty. 

ih ao— aftdaa, mma\f ratirtad ddl^aa ao> ^- 
taod piaHe aefee^. flwdcs to tte atairtaaf battflM 
paraala of auatally rtiarded lAildrea aad the pnfee- 
sloaals vfco'fe lad tte battle to eetohlirtrtag find- 
claas ^Mnry ibr ttfai groqt. 

it's aaBlipBtad tti^ abaormal eUldraa aad retarded 
(Mitam gmrnpalova^aaaaaattn-, tflltmeealie- 
tveea ttea trftt ariy serve to eidneeeadignMv's 
; of tteother. AecvtaMeof ooeaaother's 
I will lead to shetonfaMw, rfdn-pepi^- 
tioa la wMck daflidag daeiMee wIU fee laas tra«Mat. 

go n aa Ha i th m . aoaa u a s%a (rf ottaral ai^ara- 
tloa. doea aot oee«aa^.Th«-e are growtog pain, 
ud ikiae win iave a vaatod iatnest ia — <fto^i^«g 
tarie.ia«IMyfiM aaoHaaetoelattittatiaaittaliaaaan 
•tltt valid. 0ttar<9p(iMalsflfBenttlii«UaaareftoM 
ctVtmm Mid voriy tttf OMe oidof aa toiMtatta, tte 
rataffM «fll tetofttol«gilriiorte^?iattad. vttkoat 
r ea poMihl eadvocataaM'pardiaas.goBwrtillbdlave 
aoraalisatiea U tooa^a^ve.de^ealltteevldaaee 
to tte contrary. Aad ttarc are tfeoae ite ^ttfess to 
vol tte BMi^y ratantod oit of tte Wf «n«oue- 
Ute biitttauow Md to gnap teaaa, tod ttqr'dpraln- 
to aae grMp feoaea, "to. aaotter a^iMMtead." 

matalUatkm qipou-s to be aa idn wtawttaates 
coae. OaeeMiK mtm Mrboa SeaaMMthtte 
late lM6a, tte Maa tea gndaally token hM. 

A«a iMab «r«iBi«>toiblftog^iiia»a a^eiy 
wfe«^ttartto leaa lartatta ofpaviaKattoa^ 
to te too i^lnoat to to^rte atthto oar eman^tiea 
Md whnv all en Uva wttk e«al (^ptvtaritiM for a 
Ml lito. If ttto Meal j^ $W te vid^ tfM^iUaaad 
ia tte ant Inr imn, tt^tniaea to te aon^alUng, 
u wall aa te<|aairfag. for all of as. 



Vepcorate 

hearings 

continue 



RICHMOND — A request by Vlrglida Electric aad 
Itawer Co. tor permanent rate iacreasM toteUag 
$117,1 mttUoB U tmdergoing intMsive iavarttptba 
i9 mi Sate (^npotatioa Coamiss(Eiii dutog hsaMis 
s(te(toled to UM throagh tte mo^. 

TeMaoay ms rasomed Ibatey ailer more Oma 
Id wttawsM were heard lart week in tte eomads- 
sioo's Cfittrtrooffi to Capitol ^uare. 

Stato CorporaUoB Commission (SCC) GowralCoaa- 
sel Richard 0. Rogers Jr. has summed 19 tte SCC 
staff posttioa. Rogers ays tost VtrglBia Eladito aitt 
Power Co. (Vepco) doesn't »*6 |ll7.i atllioB to 
added revenue and that tt doesn't seed aO oftte 
997.7 mUltoo BOW being coUected under a impw- 
ary surcharge. 

Rogers oactodes tttatabOBtfnaUlioatotteaaawd 
needed and urges tte coramisston to allow ao more. 
§CC stoif accoMttarts, engineers and lawyers an 
prasesttog iadi^eBdent vtovs in tte rate case aft«- 
tataasive sta^r. Tte coamistiea conriders tte staff 
reeoamaidatioaa akag wtth tte vtows of tte attoiaey 
geaeral, vartoos pid>Uc witnesses, Vepro eqierto and 
e^ert coasaltaats hired by tte SCC. 

Here to tte tec^cround of tte Vepco rsqaest: 
Oa Ai«. to, 1974. Vcp(» filed ^iplieitlOB wWk ttf 
SXX tor aa emergency rate increase ol fin.! tdl- 
Uonaannally. 

After SCC hearii«s to Septemter, fiie SCC choked 
beck tte V^co re<inest and autoorited aa eaMgaaey 
tmB^onrf rate iacrease of |97.7 millioa. 

Oa Man^ 3, V^co tiled ito permaaeat rate re* 
(inert. Togetto- wtth tte 197.7 millioa beiagadledad 
subject to rdtad. tte coopany is asktog In- I1S7.I 
millioa. 

Tte SCC's mtl accoodant, Edward M. Vaanr, 
aad hto rtaif tave made thorough studies of tte V«oe 
twpast sad teve doome^ed Rogera' recoauieada- 
tioa that |77 millioa. aot |1S7.( miUioa, tottw aaKaal 
itat Vepco aecds to rate relief. 

Atty. Gen. Aadrew P. iliUer, to Us opeatog stote- 
mant to tte ooaaisslon, said ttet SCC acttons re- 
cently aeaa Oat tte romn^sira is "turning away 
from ite (rid wajs and toward a more aggressive 
SMla-eri^iSferis'r|priiin«> '"* ' = '^ '" 

Tte attoraqr general ctted first tte SCC dedataa 
to aadertate a statewide electric demaad torweaat 
aad, aore recently, "ttere is tte «der to Vepeo 
to prepare aew tttne-of-day rate schodate to ofdar 
to ia|dea«d tte eoacept of peak toad prt^.' 
MiUer said ttese st^^ "mean that we are now 
enlHlag aa «« qf eaphasto oa eaMfy dOclMi^, 
eo«iy MMennrtioa aad realtoctftoa of rteoiutM...'' 
Jota W. me^, eonasd for Vqwo, has toid tte 
SCC ttet tte CMBpaay "recogaixes ttat nptitaA raM 
increases do aot provide wetoiaie aetn lor ito eaa- 
tomov..." but ttat Vqwo 'to convtoMd ttat tte rate 
iacrease reqiwrted by tt to thto ease to aecesaary 
tf tt to to te al^ to cortinae to provide tte elsetrlc 
service re^airsd by Tlrgtatoas to tte yaos i 

'Tte jota, tte lives of tte cdapaqr's 
depead oa tte anilability of electrte servtoe, fn- tt 
to a necessity to all ams of our daily life. 

"We would indeed te stortsightod if we refmed 
to {Htivide i^toqaate revenes to tte compaay today 
wVk tte readt ttat tmaorrow we will fX(» browamtts 
sad ti»^ai», decreased availabiUty aadkaaotjota.' 

Ite aUeraali've ooaU te foderal contrifl, Itely 



Aad, te nU, Ttere nay te ttoae ate ttkdt 
ttat ttese are ttnato; ttey are not ttreata »i all. 
Itey are aawr^ sMameato of tort.' 

ReiH^e^tivM (tf aai^ eoamMtdal, iadoitrial, 
nnaic^ aad otter eonniMr pays are pattk^- 
tag to tte case before tte SCC. Itey Iwdade A. C. 
tW, eooasel for tte Virgtoto Qmaittee tor Fair 
Utiltty Rates; Peter Patter, eoaari tor tte Slate 
Wide CoaUUwof Local GdwrMBOta oa Pabite inu- 
ttia; Ifavrlee J. Sre^, gohwI for tte FedmJ 
Gaaeral Servton AdmtaistratioB; Cterte J. FOwr, 
am^l tor tte Apartm^ and Bnstoass PropertiM 
Committee of Vlrgitfa: aad Jota T. Scb^,.coaati 
tor ttie CfMsnmer Coogros (tf tte C(»ia<aMaMi of 
Virgtoto. 

Tte pmeat rate case b^re tte ^:C saete tte 
largert amoitf ever r^Ksted bf aay aUl^ aad to 
Vice's foorth <»se to tte last IS) years. 

Tte eaffimissi(a amrded a total of fH ayilloa, 
S» pw em, of tin 91S5 million roqueitetf^ V^co 
to three pravioM ea^. 

A reftad (tf « to $20 milUv fn- Tepee's ap- 
proxiniately one aiUicw cwtoiurs eoald te (H^red 

ed. Tte a mato sioB to ordertog toe teiV(»ary rate 
tte to im Bade e«Ua ti^ provistoM ware aa* 
In- a r^ad, tt aMoasary, wtth • par ea^ totcrart 
torco^mers. 



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The Sun, July 9, 1975 - A-5 



They're wnstling down on 
Martin's farm on Saimn Romi. 

For the story, sea page A-T. 



'CowJHiy' Qett>l pttchtd for Yankees, Cards 

We used to knock 'em 



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wn like 10-pins' 



■y STEVE nomoo 
fas ^ Vrttv 

Mi (MM few sees tlotof cta^eslB VirfiiH Beech 
to tt*|MMIetf Mrtarjr. Bora in oM friaeess Aone 
(kmatf ta tin, Gcttd nd Ub bmily kate lived ia tte 
nnc hamt el S«a IHu-Uaa^ Bom! - eow ta te<± 
el fewrtltag AnwMMKd Sni^ttw enter - ever ciaee. 
Us Ihtter too^ the kousc there ts the mid-tlOOs. 

GMd kMm >Ai4 dM|» looto Ulte to^OK i^M 
u «tf . He qwirt more then 20 years of Us life pky- 
M| au^r sad ntnor ta«iie tasdnll ia Chici«o. Hol- 
Ijnrood, Ai|^, (^., and Kansas Ctty. Awl also in 
Clev^ad. iriiea Bo^ Feller pitched for Uw IntiaBS 
AMI iMi tte Ya^eea vbea ttej were armd vm 
L«lt|r Ooae* aM %Md Chnter. 

G^el hM MM a Mofdiaafestnhu^ell, aad he's 
not wnreheUtestbevayttefune is {riafed bi l$?S. 

'The gam« today is too sci- 
entific. Now, everyttting's got 
to be right tefore they play. 
They won't let you brush back 
a guy anymore. Hell, we used 
to knock 'em down like 10 pin». 
I fliiric bas^atl has i(»t some- 
thing.' 
--Former pro pitcher AIGettel 

•^The paw todly U too Mieatific," sajrsGettd, S7. 
h Jewry eqplpiiniit ogwrior mm tor Aaes aadWd* 
CoaittiMtlot (^. "B^Mre, UMptayershadalotcrfcol- 
fa-. ¥o»ai« a kit ot sUdtaf uidrtnltaf . Now, every- 
ttta«'s got to be rl^ Mnre th^ {day. They won't 
let yoe brash a guy buk anymore. BeU, we esed to 
kA^'em 4on Ulm 10-pias. I tUok basetoU has lost 
wetting. lesttooKteMficasfarasI'moanceraed." 
(MM «u a ptteker ia Ugh school, a rigtt-feaiider, 
Tanhae scoot Gne McCann spotted hln and 
thtai to somtract in the Yankee orpaisatkH. "I 

t" \M aimjs Mg for nyige," adnltsGettel, who stands 
S and TCigte tas-pooads. "Bai^ then I was in shape 
«H I wl^ed ahoet WO," he aato. 

The ImBM' Ta^ee i)ttcher reedls heiOayedfnroU 
^tovunrtte n^ SiAool OB KenqMViUe Row! that aate- 
l^ l^riaa- iawmsviile High "They b^ to tear it 
BWmP ^bel saya with re^it tadt in ttoae days, 
he aa^, "AB Oe land tnm Carolaue Farms m« to 
Keaq^viUe was QM 1^ horse raach." 

llebaiy Beuh rodent got Ms lAart in has^Mll 
vitt tte Tadne wptfsatfaai itf tte t«dM- age of I». 
"I ns «ah flw Tafitee orguisatla* from ItM to 
194S" he nys. "Seven ot ttne years 1 was on turn 
dabs, bat ead year I was poBMled to a U^w toa- 
gne." 

. GtkM M bto tlm is tt* Yanhee'a ataBr taagM 
sjntea ta swh plaees as Busait, Vs., Batter, Pa.. 
ntf Rewark, R.il. Be was vtth the Kaans City AAA 
diib iW a year aad a half aatUthe Taitou oOad bin 
ttt» tta IMS season. Durgin flMa«r. he was 
"froaen" on tte turn tqr Us Itarlob draft board. 

"The a«^cc wonkta't take ne." aot^ G^el. he- 
eaaat a was dlstKnrered he had arOrttls aad tte ver- 
ma tns 4-F. "So I played at ri^ tor the MOTtoUt 
Tarn." 

GtltM vMl to Kaims Ctty Aortly aA««ard ad 
thea vent to joia the Ya^c team laNew Yot, where 
|to attje^* toagae career bepa. 
; "Tea took b^ at the lAcUag stall tteyhadflm 
vtth Lefty Gcam, ai 9gmi Chaai&r, and 1 was do- 
tag «^ tor ■Mktagflwteaaasaroolde," GMel says, 
idM«flMt Us first sonn ii«h tte TMkea was aa 
ii^ectealar rnJcM- Ingae iMt. "I slw^ Uhed 
(he Taakee organlzatton," he ays tomSy, acting he 
stiU lidiovs the tots. "Oaceyov'reaYaine.^ia're 
ahnop kM at tirtU to ttMB." 



In 194fi, l^vever, the Yai^ees scrid G^tel toCleve- 
land, where he stay^ for tw> 8easona."The cl<»est 
i ever casie to a no-Utter was when! was with Cleve- 
land." reoUs G^el of Us 1947 one-Ut triaaiph 
atslsst Detroit. "Bob Feller was over tore drassing 
aftar tte pme, and Jin H^ins was here, and it 
haii^aaed we coiddn't Ugvre oU who g(rt tlw Ut. One 
of the sportswriters came down and told as Eddie 
Mayo tad Ut a lltUe scratcher tbro^ the infield and 
ihey gkn Ua a Ut. We ^me out and kwfced at the 
Uae-i9 twice before we found it." 

After Us Mint with Cleveland, Gettel — who was 
ucknamed "Migb-podcets" and "Cowboy" (because 
ol Us afOaity for raisiag and racing horses) by fans 
and toaaunates alike — weitf to the CUc^o WUte 
Sox, mio pnrchased Um ia the 194t sas(n. "I was 
there with Can lUchaeU and Lou Ka|daa and aU 
that bmdk," says CictteL "Steyed aboot a year and a 
taU." 

Then It was the Washington Senators who wanted 
GMtel, so tbey fao^^tt Un from the WUte Sox in 1950 
and kept Um tor half a SMSon. "That was the end of 
my American iMgae eareer," notes (jettel, who wnit 
to the OUdand Acorns of the Pacific Coa^ League 
that year. Re stayed with the Acoras for a season, 
tli« w^ to the Giants ia 1K2 bat was back in the 
Coast L^igoe tte following year, a^in with the Acorns. 

Gettel nude it back to tte majors tor two yean to 
ItSI wMi tteSt. Loais Cardinals, but - Us tate seem- 
tofly owrirlcddy twilled with the Acora team — he 
towMl Umself Utk on the West Coast ia 19SS, play- 
tag Us.test pvfesUoaalbaseball season. "The Acorns 
were mM to a Canadtan Ingae," recalls Gettel, who 
weartod of the traveling. "So Instead of going to Can- 
Mte, I r^red. 

"I played a coqiAe of btt parts ia movies to Cal- 
itoraia." says CMtd, lAo Ukes to recall Us fi1«>d- 
m^ «ith datfxeu ta the CaliforUa baUtnrks Uke 
actor George Btfi aad stager Biag Crosby. "I en- 
joyed didag tt. I got tried o( aU fiiat rat rJx oat ttere 
so I iteclded to cane h«ne." 

'It was ttw best game I ever 
played in. We went four hours 
and 21 minutes. There were a 
lot of stars out at ^at game, 
too. J)aft, Biiwr Croi^, Tony 

• . 5&rif:they mriB^mMr " 

asking me when I was goir^ to 
piidh anottier three games in 
one nif^.' 
--Former pro pitcher Al Gettal 

GetM ritenad to tae temlly farm on J^Uaraeitf 
Ro^ ^ IMt aad has bees there ever since. He saj^ 
ao«<l» fi^ss to reoMBbo- the "rwd things" aboat 
Us basrtian years. One of Us proadest adUevemeUs 
caflte trten he was the see i^hOando' for the Acwns 
aad to one recmxi-ln^i&tag set <tf 21 consecnttve In- 
U^s he pitched the team to victory over the Holly- 
wood sqoad, S-3. 

"It was fbe beri pme I ever iriayed ia," («ettel 
rMaOs toadi^. "We weat fonr hours and 21 ningtes. 
There mre a tot of stars onl at that game, too. Raft, 
JUBf CrMby, TMy Martin. Tbey need to kid ae, ask- 
ing me ^WB 1 was going to pttch another three gaaMs 
taoaeUgtt." 

(Mtel's pvtormano! Oiat nigU stUlttqis the Pacific 
Coast Leagae's rerord bocA as the most sostained 
slagie p^onaanee l>y a ptteher ta the leagne's history. 
Gettri toeto back on Us CaUtorBta playing days — de- 
qitte tttlwetic pace of llie therettat evolully drove 
Um hoiM - wtth the idea that tet'stte my bastiiaU 
shoald have been. 

".I «MUB't have been ta a better plate to play," he 
sags. "Wedrwwc^acity crowds most of tbe time. They 




Gettel. tlwugh retir- 
wi frmn bas^wll. 
works full-time at his 
constructicm bus- 
iness aid with his 
race horses. He's 
shown here witt his 
favorite trotter, 2- 
year - old Becky 
Prim. 



amStafinoto 



Al Gettel in his St. 
Louis Cardinals uni- 
form in 1^3. He was 
then 36 - years-old. 
Gettel pitched for St. 
Louis for two sea- 
son, then went back 
to the Odcland Acorns 
of the Pacific Coast 
League. 




were ^uM stadtams , hat yon take 14,000(people)five 
or sixli^a^ .i ie ehaBd itnato^." : ~ .. - ,^. 

Now, (Mtel works nine boors a day wldi hnvy con- 
stnidtoB eqa^Mt, and spends host of bis leisure 
time training Us horses to ran in the trotters. One of 
Us 2-year-old fillies, Becky Pnm, will be runnii^ in 
Ocean City, Md., later ta the year. Gettel tas immer- 
sed himself ta ids horses and spends little time think- 
tag about baseball. Tlie man who (nee took his shoes 
off OB the mound ta Yankee Stadium — "1 was Just 



tried," he smiles — doesn't miss tte game at all. 

"I did the first eoigrie at ytan." Gtim mya^ '^hirt 
not now. No, I dcm't miss it a wbole-lot." 

What coBcenis the 57-year-old Vlrginta Beach resi- 
deat more aow is the city's rapid expansion. "Some of 
it yoa don't like, ta a way you can't stop it," he says, 
ending with a phrase that qritomizes the country per- 
son's dim view of headlong tectaiolaglcal progress. 
"All th(»e firms are houses now, and people can't 
eat houses." 



Plaza registration slated 



The Plasa RecraUton 
Area will bold a second 
registration sessloa tor 
bo^ aad girU Merested ta 
l^yii« orpUsed sports 
Saturday tron 9 a.m. to 2 
p.m. at ttie Plasa fire ste- 
UoB on Soath Plasa Trail. 

The sesstoa will be the 
last chance for boys to re- 



gister for fall football and 
vrestling, and for girls to 
\ register for baUcetball. 
Ftag fwAtaall will be (tf- 
fered to boys ages 8 to 9 
and 10 to 11. Tackle t(xt- 
ball will be ottered u three 
age and wei^ grmqs: ages 
10 to U, with a 90-pound 
Hmtt: ams 12 to 13, with 



UO-poraid limit; ages 13 
to 14, with a ISO-pound Urn- 
it. Ptayers who cannot mAke 
a weii^ limit may |day ta 
an older age groiQ>. 

Girl's ba^etball will be 
divided into fonr age grom». 
The sport will be offered 
for girls ages 11 to 12; 
13 to 14: 15 to 16; and 



17 to 20. 

Bc^s aad girta must reach 
the lowest age tathelrgroup 
byAplll. 

R^irtratlra will alK> be 
offered ta biqr's baseball and 
girl's vollejtall and boH- 
ball. Secondary registration 
sessioBs will be held ^tor 
to tbUr seasoa's 



Glines 
leads 
in fishing 
tourney 



VirgiUa BMCh's Handd 
R. Gltaes, of 111 C^Afm 
Laae. carnal boMi tie 
fira places «tt dtittea 
cttehMtattal^^^toadt 
l^ter FMMi tMnaaMat. 

Gltaas ea^gtt the oriy 
Uae marMB Miteaa so far 
ta the torotasBt, a 334- 
bt mKm irtrile 



troUiagoffVli^MB 
GltaMalsabdEaaberi 
dtiMa ofefe tedo^Ua 
Mtered ae lkr,«Xl-po«nd- 
«■ be mmtm «Ute haft- 
flsUag ta m» Mate area. 
Ob^ a dona 4o4^ have 
been entead ta thetoarney 
sofar tatayear. 

Anthony WW^ur^, at 
Princess Aana aattaa, 
onrortly Urids tae lead- 
tag eUry ta tte Uag mae- 
ta«l etass. WhWehunt 
hoBtoA te Uag m^aami, 
a at irniiftif^. iMe batt- 
Oi^eBtti TUgi^ 
Beach pter. E^ U^ 
■ad»i«l tatte baM «ler- 
MtatteMft-i^toarB- 
amoatteMtor. 

ne Virgb^ &lt Water 
FisUv toamatNt wiU 
tmwiawem.m. 




%a photo hf &en Umdo 



Concentration's the thing 



Larry Melville Reid, an 
Australian tennis pro, shows 
his form in the demonstration 
(k}ti>le$ set presented at ^ 
ofMnir^ of tl« Vir^nia Beach 



RM(^t Ch^ Thursttey. Reid 
and his Rumanian partr»r I(mi 
Tiriac d^eated Australian 
B(4il^ Brien and his part(«r 
in thir best of nine games. 



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Australian terwiis pro 
Bdtib^ Brien si^is 
an l<m Tiriac refcirn 
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Swim 

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Classes begla Monday 
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OM DominioD Uidf oidtj's 
summer svUnmiic pto- 
gram for boys uid girls 
ages 5 througk 16. Classy 
are being offered te tegto- 
Diag and latermedi^ 
swimmii^ as sdl as }«i- 
ior and senior lif^avii«, 
and will eootiiuK tbrcNi^ 
Aug. 8 at the DBiveKity 
field bouse swfarnBingpool. 

More ttaa lao y«Ms 
bave already esroUed for 
tbe second session. Fees 
for tbe four-vedc session 
are 125. 

For furtker iBfbrmati<m 
OD tke swinmiiig pro- 
grams, call tte Booty 
Program (tfBce at ODU at 
489-6291. Tbe «dl!ce is lo- 
cated in tbeAdmiaistratim 
Ames building- on Blne- 
^oBe Avene seit to Fore- 
man FieU. 



Clinic 
staff 



set 



Tbe staff of Coadi Leo 
Aootbooy's Angm^btsket- 
baU clinic Is set, aad Oe 
instructors indode fivetc^ 
players from regiraial col- 
lege aid wriverslties. 

Br^ Davis, an All-At- 
lantic Coast Ccmfereoce 
guard fnHB flie ITidver^x 
of Maryland, beads tbe Ust, 
followed by Ifortb Candlaa 
guard Phil Ford — lOA)!! 
All-Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence selection last season 
— and Budcaell forward 
Gerald Pumell. Sevenfoot 
center Mike Pbillips of tbe 
University of Kentucky and 
Atlantic Christian's Mike 
Gaskin, a forward, roiad 
tbe clinic's 1975 staff. 

The clinic, set for Aug. 
4-8, will be offered to boys 
ages 7 to 17 at tbe Star of 
tbe Sea Recr^tion Ceiter 
at IStb Street For fwO^ 
information, oi^ct Caulk 
Artboiqr at 486-42Slor 
425-8767. 




Tiriac takes the return 







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Trafisyivania-bom Ion Tiriac backharxls a 
Bobby Brien return. Tiriac, K^hastau^^ 
wrarld-raiAed tennis prcs siKh as IlieNas- 
tase and Bjom Borg, will the Virginia ^mdh 
RacqiMt Club's official tourir^ pro. The 
c\Ub opened Thursday at 1950 Thomas Bis- 
tM>p Lane. 



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They're wrestling down 
on Martin's farm 



ite ^, Joiy a, tvn " A-1 



nuU to • tafa at BiUy *Mte" Hartin'* &m « 
&tleai Bom la ViJilik Bn^ 

0^ ma tei^ ^ empcWfam Is a Ut ^iermA, 
Wine oBce Mike FM-tn)«s wmM r> tere-haid«a 
apda^ an ecmvrs, now only ^ locale renutas to 
renlad «r Anertca's firotfler <lays. Hm vKstlers 
are ol a breed viqw in that ea^ one tttter mackts 
tin sport at a collece or M^ s^oei ^el, or is 
aaMf tte top (rao^le uaatew grqpilen ia tiw 
country, or butt. 

'Wt cohM oirt t»« tte other day aad vehad 
n state titles amoot aU tte wrestlers,' says Mar- 
m. sa, the craad iM nan of Virfiiia wroMiac, 
tafMlor vt m •^^rutof rM' - a aote JMfJM«tt 
Us MBwroas state etaaiitoBs vMto eoadttc iA the 
MorftiUk school — aM ftrthcr ol tour seas and two 
daai^itera. 'Ara of tte som, Wij Jr., aad David, 
are eortitly GraUiac itteuta to MCAA vreiaiaK 
drcles. ttUy is a ftwr-tine AU-Anartaa ^OUa> 
hoBtt ^^, aad is one of tte «oat h^UynMd 
writers i> the ntiM. DevM U vrestU^ wfer Us 
JMMf's mmi, (^<A Gray §lmw. at liAaaa Sbte. 
OafM also receUly married &Bdy Cpokm^U, gyn- 
aast daa^er (tf the VtrciBia Beach p^sidaa D.D. 
Coakvrigtt ttd fencer of Scott JMd Ourls Cook- 
wri^ itefeMlsttoreVlniabM^wrMtUBf titles 
between thea ttaa tb^ -kam what to do wWi. 



'We're a MUd tani v ^ IM, "says Ibrtio Jr. 
"On- bauqr mtl^ aM pr^y ^xi. too. Tbey jist 
doa't mm ui^BOif to mrk oi4 wttki* 

Tie (Ml ttu_ already Iri^ three freestyle toar- 
aaniMts ttis aeastw, taetaMog oae meet that iaclad- 
ed the Caaadaa Olympic torn is the (^mpetitlon. 

Obvto^y. the Virj^Ua Wrestllog Clvb is ncA for 
the less ei^erieneed wntftors, 

-We man take some Ud jairt out irf Ucb school,'' 
ays Martta ir. ^%^ lave to liave ooe yar la ctA- 
hege wreMBac before me$ en try ont. These kids 
ONBe iHt ta V^ schod leiMag to w4>e and tbey 
g^ Wo odlefe aad jinM get Uttad. We vse the guys 
wbo have hM tbt most e^eriMce ia tnteraatioDal 
oMi^aWioa. 

"We dost have a gay oa the team tmder 21. You 
doa't readi year ^tate aatil you're 27 or 2a. Most 
(tf tte g^s oa the BdStiaa (Olympic) team are 27 
or 28. list's OM reason tliey're the twst in the 
worM." 



nfVe got the t>«st lit bam 
in Vif^inia Beach. We used to 
twrestte 'em out on the ground 
out (here. Billy widhisbnyther. 
vMKiwd ttwe y^» to sme up 
enou^ to get the mab. We're 
a little ntore prosperous fwwr 
ifnnintfieold<faiys.' 

- Billy "Pete" Martin Sr. 



mart it el adds « lo Ua lew ^rist for VirgWa 
wrertUag, a teaa nlled tte Vtofii^ Wrestling CM>. 
The sqaad ms orgaaized by BiUy liartiB Jr., aad a 
few Crtoals Is attadate tater«d ia amateur free- 
style wrestllag •- ^ titfit that's osed ia Oe Olym- 
9k». Now the «pad is pul at a Oirw-teaa leagae, 
anl OBPee^Vwe^it Com! teams are abaail^ trytaf 
to get Mo flte oofeferaBce. 

"We go every day «Mpt taaday," says BOkf Har- 
m Jr.,^rti! Ujfm. Ql.^a talMMl raaiteiagaw 
s^uad, tioaiMi he Mds. "IN're aU aattH. nOf 
tte gays oa oar team are coacUag stmewhere." 

The clnb'j rotfer Is n inini^sslve oae. Kettb 
Lownaee,1ka yaiajwimf vrartllig eoadk nd em- 
sUn^ a prime eaaiM&te fcr a ivn (Uyapic boa, 
will be wrmmof for the tean tf l«-peaais. Than 
there's fttmCat, tte mnimm tmekM Ta a mtewa 
State, aad Bi«M Ugh Schod eeadi Fnak I^eU, 
aad OIX; assisttat George Eaos. 



'I havwi't wre^led in Virginia 
for fi^ years, and neitiier 
IMS S<»itt (Conkwrtftrt). Peo- 
ple are going to see a lot of 
good wrestling.' 

- Billy Martin Jr. 



He fact that scholastic grap^ttg ta Viitrinia is 
wholly diflM«t from the free^le type used in the 
Olympics is oae raasoa, tte Ifartias aad most oOkt 
area mat eattaaiaats believe, Tidewater wrestlers 
rarely reach tet high-pcdnt in interoatioDal com- 
petitfoa. Freestyle wreatUag Is eoocerned maiaty witt 
takodowBs, wttt ae potots awarded for reversals. 
TirgiBia wrestlers sio^y are aottrainedinttes^'s 
ftnepotais. 

"That's oae or tte mala perposes of the club," 
malntaias Maitia Jr. 'We waat to prepare area wrest- 
lers for O^rqdc enapetitiaa.'' AMtionally, be hopes, 
it will give wrc^liag overall a big boost in the area. 
"People tfa foaoa see these guys running down the 
bcack ia tMr stai^ats aad th^'U know Vhat's hap- 
PMtag," he laa^. 

The ehd^s wcal^ce is ia a one-sided bam oa 
the IfartlB's farm off &]«» Road, where Ifartia 
&'. has 119 acres ttf sniriMtles be hamsts for 
bayen eaci sammer. 'I've been picking berries out 
here lor IS ynrs,' says Lovraace, wbo is begia- 
atag Ua ll-BM»lii tr^dag a^ in preparatiim fbr the 
Olya^ies: 

The a t i BO ^ h e re lathe tUa^'* barn is a coBgenial 
cm.^V^n pit ttfr^est W«ara in Virgiaia Beach," 
says Ifartia Sr. goodly. 'We used to wrestle 'em 
oa the pnoaad oat tkw«.^ray and Us ln«tter worked 
ttree years to save op «mh^ to ^ the mats. We're 
a IWle more proqmvu now ttan ta the old days." 

Maitla Sr. likes to remiUsce as he watei»s tte 
Vrertlera work ort in Us bam, ga^iagaad gnmt- 
lag to ttUr oerttoas. "Mca I was a Iwy, tbey had 
a (wreMiag) team at tta (Korfolk) tMCA. They 
wrestled ia a little rime rgna about as big as this. 



Former state diampim from Osnr &nith 
$kw P«Ml»|N^gim^«M^Yo«mstown 
^ate University wreirtlk^ eoadi torn Cox 



in a Virginia Wrestling club practice ses- 
sion at Billy '"Pete" Martin's farm on Sal- 
em Road. 



Four Beach youths 



score in ping pong 



foB Vii^ala Bm<* 
boys ud ^ils ojppad city 
tttlHJi^itoteflaalsof 
tte aaanal piag poagtoara- 
-MMet n n aa ared ha tte 
VliliniaWKti ipafttaeal 
<rf Hrks and Recreation at 
LyBttbaveft Eleox lary 
School. 

Bob Hattiater of the 
Uagston recraatioa area 
wtm tte titaa^ ki Ow Avt* 
dea lor bf^s II y a ats -rtd 



Mtte Clark 
tr«B the Crtton^itree- 
reatea area, nek flrri ta 
tte boy'a IS-year-old aad 



DMfe tnm Pen- 
broke fiaishad Srtt in the 
girl 's l^-fWf-t>l)Ua d ai- 
der canpeUUohvftBelM' 
tea Fuk'a Karaa Bailey 
won ta the girl's 11-years- 
<^ aad aafcr jBviatea. 
ucgto^H wla^^s ta ^^ 



Nag poag toMmey iaelwtad 
Sana aad Chrts WUte and 
flMiy ta^vefr, aU <d 
Traatwood; Kelly Wash- 
bars aad Mark Pearman 
H r iim liM i ii lHiiluai Da 
vW Heal d Kaliba; c'aryn 
Jones aad Reaee Ganrish 
of TbaUa; Gary Rudte of 
Lyaalmvae; UanwCoanel- 
ly of Kanpavllle; Beth De- 
tail fris CoUlge 9MXk; 
aad Lonle M^r fr<m 



ArrowtaMl. 

Traatwood reereatloa 
area had IteMMMalitf 
points antbng ttose eotered 
in tbe competiiioa with .36 
College Park and Pem- 
broke followed ia second 
and ttird place vitb 3S and 
31 poiats, respectively, 
whila Shetton Park and 
Kiagstoa tied for fourth 
pla» wttb 2t pc^ts »cb. 





Kenr^sville wrestling coach Keith Lo- 
wrance (bade to camera) circles with 
his t^^xment on the mats in Martin's 
bam. Tuckered out wrestlers Tom Cox 



I was pUying handball then. I'd never heard of wrest- 
ling before, but I said that was for me. That was 
41 years ago." 

Despite being (oe of tte foremost retired grap- 
pling coaches in tte country, liartta Sr. never misses 
a chance to lean more the sport he's been iastra- 
mental ta develoidng. "I've been wrestUag tor over 
40 years aad I still learned somethiag aew today,' 
he says. "People just don't know bow scientific, 
bow difficult wrestUng is. It would take two lifetimes 
to leara tt all. 

"And I don't raiml askinii^," he adds. "People wbo 
don't ask about things are Just foaling thMuelves." 
Martta Sr. tavetfed the "(kadqr roQ," a wrestlii« 
move that revolotionized tte sport and ta copied now 
arooad the world. "Everybody out ttere was using it 
ttis year," says Coach Simons abort the NCAA 
tourney last seasaa. "It's like tte wtaUnne. (tece 
yon start gaiaii^ 400 or SOD yards a game witt it, 
then everybody picks it ip. " 

Simons and Ifartta Sr. have been e»rdireetors al 
a smnmer wrestling eaop Ih' boys the past six 
y«urs. Thta year, they've expanded tbe format to a 
sev«i week camp at tte Chriri Church School ta 
cnrSt ClMreh, Va., and they bsfMrlo ittract nearly 
1,200 boys. Hie coach'scredcstlvlsareaaimpoachabte. 
"EvoiAody oitf here wrest^'idtter «tt me or 
Coach Martta at <me time or aaotta'.' sajw SlmoM, 
a IMIgraitaateitfGraahyhiBaelf. 
The Virgiata Wmlttv Clid> Mmts ta Vfrftata 
Beach Sidorday ta a dae| meet witt the Sorth Jersey 
Wr^liagClab sA Cox Ugh giAocl befl aalni at • 
p.m. Martta Jr. admits that tbe ctaib woakt aot have 
goitetk as far as it did withont tte help ol a tew peo- 
Ide, inclttdl^ Cox's BUI Grt««mtt. 

"He's really glva us a M of dlreetlaa," says 
liartta, who coitfessed ^norance of all the litUe dc- 
taita that have to be takea care of befnw a piaaaad 
athletic evert beeonat reitfty. "IN bad toirt a pf9- 
gram done aad hire poUcemen, aad all ttrt. Brim 
Beatscm and Frartc Lipoli have reaUy helped «t 
ttere, too.' 

As Billy Marttn Jr. potate ort, the meet will be 
a chance fOr area tans to see faces tteyhavetrt 
seea on tte mats ta quite some time. "Ibavoft 
wrestled ta Virgiak for five years, aad 
has Scott (Coakwright)," He says. "People are) 
to see a lot of good wrertliag." 



Arrows, Terps 
step on 



iacrc^se foes 



b Virginta Bnch Summer Lacrosse League acttaa 
Sunday, C(»ch Rich Weidman's Arrows rolled overtte 
top-rat«d Blue Jays, 12-4, (m ftmr goals and an acM 
by attackmao Kelly Aattersoa. R was the first loss ta* 
tte Btae Ji^r, vho fond tt e maal vw down 8-1 at tte 
end of te first haU of play. 

"It was not upset," comments! Wektaiaa on tte eee- 
tert whkft tuok two anda^feoarstop^ because af 
28 p^alties assessed. John Will«>x aditad ttreegads 
and Phil Stedfast had two for the Arrows ta thefr trt- 
un^. Jordan Adair at WUltaB nd Maty p(»ted two 
of the loser's four goata. Bottteaaisaret-l in le^M 
play. 

In tte seomd game, Devoe Rett's Teri» rto^fd 
tte Wol^iadi.^ emtim ^ Tm MMagh, 11-S, oe'a 
flUK- fBai Md ttree assist ex^oslM^ lAly AjiMad. 
Scott Bmt ad^d ^c^r pair el goata nda m^kttg 
[air of assists, aadFredaekasster scerldttreagaals 
for tbe Terps in their flrrt wta. Ai^wrGre«i was tbe 
Wol^ck's leading scorar ta tte pme, aceouatiag for 
two goals and two as-ists. Bott teaais are now 1-2 ta 
tte league. Almond taAt. yer as scoriiy ]mtar witt 
a total of 11 gtnls and four ..^si^ Mthesaaaes. 

tatey, pimes will be^ a Uttla-^rUer, rt3t# 
and &4S pji. In tte flr^ iwme, tte Teipatafeew 
the Blue Jays. The Arrows taAm Wst^ttAmm^ 
to tte se(»tad;«^est. iU gaBMs are pkyed rt hym- 
^VM J^r ^b School. 



San ptelos by Steve BiOBdo 

wid Steve Perdue rest in the background. 
Lowrafice is omsidered a prime can- 
didate for a bertti on the U.S. Olympic 
wrestling team at 149-pounds. 



Tfm scene Is reminiscent of an old 
fronts mining town: young mmn 
grappling In munest on the mats 
In a bam at Billy 'Pete' Martin's 
farm on Sa^m Road In Virginia Beach 




Four-tifne All- American wrestler from Ok- 
lahoma ^ate, Billy Martin Jr., watches his 
squad vM>rk out. Martin is the unofficial 
(»ach of the Virginia Wrestling Ci(i> which 
iMgins its amateur freestyle league season 
July 12 at Cm Hi^ School in a dual meet 
wi ttithe Soutfi Jersey Wrestling Club. 




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Two Virciate Beuh 
beauties will be cm^etiDK 
frar the tttle of Miss Vir- 
ginia at tbis year's ^te 
pageant in Roanfte. 

Joan Gtadr, 21, Uie cur- 
rent Hiss Virct^ Beacii. 
and Zoe Ami Wa(«, It, 
the new Miss HeotaDeFes- 
Uval, wiU be r^ tat tbe. 
crown wombyiM&erTb*- 
gima Beach girl, a^baaie 
Dowdy, 19, the m^met oi 
last yurs pageaiit. 

Uiss DowAy irill anwu' 
at this year's Mj 17-19 
atbtir. 

ne viiMrfllWtywr'* 
{x^eaiit will pet top Au9 
oi the 14,000 worth of 
sdnlanUp awards ami 
other {HiSM. 

Hie wlaiH^ oftteeoatart 
also will rqrenal tte 
state at SeptenbWs Miss 
Amtflpa p^esat ia Atlaa- 
tic Ctty, M.J. 

'Ae cwtestants t» Oh 
Miss TlnUtHceaat ar- 
rive la BaoKn Miadajr. 

The girls wiU be cmb- 
petiag in eve^gion, 
sirimsntt and takat eoa- 
pc^itioB. 

The final JadHag of tte 
pngaaat wlU be t^vised 
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The audience at the Green Run fourth 
of July festival stage sImmv view per- 
form«ices on the make-^ift stage. 



Green Run 

celebrates 
the fourth 



Kojak, Joe Friday, Tony Baretta, Lt. 
ColiOT^ and ^eve McGarrett appeared 
at Virginia Beach's Green Run com- 
munity over the fourth of July week- 
end. 

Not really. A quinhiplet of Green Run 
residents portrayed the fammis TV de- 
tectives in a stage show that climaxed 
a tt<ree-day Inl iday festival in the ctmi- 
mimity. Jim Wadiak, Ridiard Harris, 
Butch Pettigrew, LeeMiidiell andTom 
Palatini played ttte cops in a ^etch 
called "The tUked Oasis". 

The entire show was written, direct- 
ed WKJ produced by residents of Green 
Run. Aimng the sketches perfonmedwras 
a t^e-off on the Twti^nt Show, with 
versatile Tom Palatini playing Jc^vmy 
Carson. 

Palatini was the star of the show, 
aMing imi^tions of Jotvi ^tym, Ed 
Sullivan and Humphrey Bogart to his 
sketdi ^racier izatiMis. 

Approximately ^SQ Gr«en Run nei^- 
bors, young and old, came out to cheer 
wid applaud the evening's entertaiiwnent. 

The celebratiMi be^ Friday with a 
momir^ soccer s^me and continued with 
a parade, fireviorks. swim meet, auction , 
and dwice ahd more through Sunday. 





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Archie Burner in Green Run? No, it's 
really Jim Bonner doing his bit for the 
fourth of July festival's stage show. 
Thaf s Lorena Goodman and Doug Le- 
bert portraying Mike and Gloria. 



Green Run resident Lee Mitchell takes 
it all off during ^ Green Run stage 
show which highlighted a community 
fourth of July festival. 



Texi iiid photos 
by Marc Smolonsky 




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David Bimch, 15, takes a pie in the 
face from his sister Jeannie, 16. Hid- 
den from view is his other sister Kim, 
13, who waits with a second pie. 





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Expressway 
construction 



Traffic j«ns, dust and hard work char- 
acterize constructim work on the R(»e- 
mont Interchange off tt» Norfolk-Virginia 
Beach expressway. The exit ramp be- 
gins to take form in the hot sun as 
George Hamilton (far left) smootties ce- 
ment with a pole. Moses Clemens (cen- 
ter) rides "shotgun" furttwr down the line 
on his ojfMjrete lewler while ^lius 
SfMller (right) waits for the cement mix- 
er to nnove i^ad. Ome completed, 
tt» on - off ranps m\\ let r^iotorists 
exit onto Rosemont Road from either 
direction of the expressway. 




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TODAY 



WIG CASE 

The Virginia Bnch Department of Parks and Re- 
cr^tioB will spoBsor a soiior citizen program for 
wig care and eye make-up, 10 a.m. today at the Star 
of the Sea Catholic Church, 1409 Pacific Ave. 

UFO anmiTTEE 

The Virgiua UFO Committee will meet 7 p.m. to- 
nigU ia the Kim ilemm-ial Library, downtown Nor- 
fdic. The meeting is cqien to the public. Admission 
is free. 



THURSDAY 



TTOEWATEi CmZEHS COALTnON 

The Tidewater Citizens CoalitioB is sponsoring a 
bus trip to RictanoDd to protest proposed Vepco rate 
increases l>efore the State Corporation Commission. 
Thursday is the deadline for reservaticms for the 



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PERSIAN A ORSNTAL RUGS 



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ci^iacBt ccwisttac <tf PEItaAll * CffiiERTAL BUGS 
is mom Mag rtamaled fw inuBctfate disposal at 
ttis Boettoi, to Om Ughnt Mdder la sii«le pieces. 



AR CARGO 
SHIPMENT! 



TA. BEACH CIVIC CENTER (Meetii« Room) 

Vlrgtoia BsKch. Virgiida 

VIEWDH:: I P.M. - ADCTKHI SAT. JULY 12, 2 P.M. 

JMe: JLil m Jmgs Mngmaatmi to be Mgh qwOitj 
larorfoos merdaunse, reflnd goarairteerf wtt 
dedoctioa of iwAion eqieBses, door prises will be 
givoi away. Iliis is the only aaetioD sponsored and 
guanurteed by the Intematkaal Persian Rug Weavers. 
Pnsented by : MIDLAND PARK AUCTION GALLERY. 





July 22 trip. Round-trip tickets are ^. For tarlter 
iaformaUoB contact Virginia Galloway, 4M-623S or 
^t Breland, 340-6659. 



NIMITZ ENUSTED WIVES' CLUB 

The Niraitt CYAN Enlisted Wives' Clob wiU bold 
a social meetiqg 6:30 p.m. ThuTHtay at tte Oip 
'N Shore Wives' Club, Norfolk Naval Base. Baby- 
sitting service will be available. For informattoo con- 
tact Barbara Cowden at 497-0642. 



MIDSHIPMEN MDEERS 

Girls between the ages of 17 and 20 may reqaert 
invitatioos to Midshipmen Mixers scheduled Thurs- 
day at the Officers Club at Little Creek Naval Am- 
phibious Base. More than 1,300 midshipmen will be 
nn(terg«Hng tndaing at the base under the Navy Re- 
serve Officers Training Corps program. For invita- 
tions, contact the public affairs (^cer at 464-792S. 



MI»CAL-I«AMA 

The Hickory Grove Baptist Ch«-ch jH^-teen choir 
and pqvet show will perform a musical-drama 8 p.m. 
Thursday at the London Brit^ Baptist. Chnrdi, 
2460 Potters Road. 

EXERCISE 

Hie Virginia Beach D^Mrtment of Parks and Re- 
creation will sponsor exercise program, at 10 a.m. 
Thursday at the West HiU Baptist Church, Woodstock 
and Providence Road. 



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FRIDAY 



'<MJVEB' 

Qe personal (tf the U^ Belknap will attend an 
esitaaive pertn-maaee of 'OUver' 6:^ p.m. Friday 
at tte rmmMter Dlnaer Theatre. Norfolk. 



TBUnS nmtHQITS 

Mfller m »(^tes Ik. wUl wonsor a tcmriJ toor- 
nam«t, ll«day through July 17 at First CoWmlal 
High School, 1272 First Colonial Rotti. 

BDERCISE 

The Virginia Beach D^iaHi^ of Wrka aad He^ 
creation will spwsor a s«lor cititen enrcise pro- 
gram. 10 a.m., Monday, at TtaUa UattedM^io^t 
Church, V^rglaia Beach Boutevard aad Norfli Fir 
Avenue. 



SATURDAY 



GAaOBXCLUBMEETlIR: 

TM &nuBer Board Meet^ (tf the Garden Clab 
of Vir^aia will be &turday at 10 a.m. Intheccm- 
tamst room of the Sfteratoo Hotel. 

PLAZA RldOA'nOM REGISTiUTKMf 

The naia Re«^rea:tt» Area will hold a secmd re- 
gistratiOB from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the 
Plasa Fire Station. Final sign up for boys football 
and wrestlii^ and girl's baskettall will be at this 
time. For more information call Larry Riggs 444-2077. 



SECOHD ANNUAL FOLK ARTS FESHVAL 

The Virginia Beach Departmoit of Parks and Re- 
creation will sponsor tte Second Annual Folk Arts 
Festival 11 a.m. ■< 7 p.m. ^turttey and Smdayat 
Princras Ame Park. Old world crafts demimstra- 
tioa will be ftdlowed by a folk concert. 



TUESDAY 



UFOPMXSAM 

The Viigima Beach City PuMic Saoois Plaaeteritun 
will K^sent the program '(X Things Thirt Pass in 
the NigU" 7 p.m Tuesfay at Placa Jtudor^ Si^KwI, 
3080 South Lynnbaven RMd. Adgyssimi is Free. For 
reservations call 486-1971. 

CRAFTS AND GAMES 

The Virginia Beach Di^artmeat at Piiks aad Re- 
crMUoB will sponsor crafts aad games for senior 
citt^u Mlowsd by the Kempsville Chorus 1-2 p.m. 
Tuesday, at Wtft Hill Baptist Church, Woodstock aad 
Providence RomIs. 



NEXT WEEK 



SUNDAY 



CHEERLEADER TSAOmG 

Virginia Wesleyaa Ctrilege will host a special train- 
ing program for cheerleaders conducted by the Cheer- 
iMtlLng Institute (rf Kansas City, Ho., Sunday thrcragh 
My 17. 



MONDAY 



SRREVEPOtT ENLISTED WIVES' CLUB 

The nnrthly raeetiag d the USS Shre^;»rt En- 
listed Wives' Club win be Jaly 16 1 p.n. at iU9 
O'Connor Crescent, Norfolk. 

LOTUS FESTIVAL 

The 21st Lotus Festival sponsored by the Cape 
Henry Womens Club will begin July ZO through the 
26 with a church service, 11 a.m. at tiie Tabernacle 
Memorial Church, Lotus Avenue and Sanbridge Park. 
Little Island Park will be open to the {wblic for 
public picnics and a luncbe<« at Uie church, 11 a.m., 
July 24. 



FOR THE RECORD 



MOB AB EXPO CONTEST 

Carol M. Abbott, wife at Berad S. Abbott, is re- 
prcsaatiaK Squadron VQ4 of the Patuxent River Naval 
Air ^tiflB, Lodagton Park, Hd., in the annual Miss 
Air Eq» Contest for 1975. She is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Ih^rt T. Ucgee Sr. of Virginia Beach 
and a 1972 graduate of Princess Anne High School. 

CBOVAN COLLB!E HOIKKS LIST 

Seven Ttegiata Beach College students were named 
to 9ie boMirs list for achievement during the spring 
seiM^r at Cboaaa Cdlege. lliey include Marybedi 
Laeey, rtm^rr of Mr. and Mrs. JeremUh .i i.iu-ajr.- 
Kristin Condiunen, tteoghter of Mr. and Mrs. Stev«i 
T. Coradlassoi: James Warren Dale, son of Mr and 



WcMfi 



Mrs. Warrm J. Dale; Raooy uarreu luaiarisea. 
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Harry Mickaelsen; 
J^rey D^n Pearman, «m of Mr. and Mra. Gewge 
Pearoaan; David L. Rhodes, son of Mrs. E. R. Rhodes; 
and Robert Leslie Walker soo of Mr. aad Mrs. Les- 
lie Walker. 

EXECUTIVE PROSECUTOR OWRSE 

Andre Emu, CommonweaUh's attorney to- Virginia 
Beach, soccfsriully completed the Nattooal College of 
District AttOToey's 1975 Executtve Prosecator Coarse 
in Houston, Texa^, June 27. 

MIDWESTERN MUSIC AIR) ART CAMP 

Susie Buncy (tf ^fiGS Red Cost Road, Vlrgtaia Beach, 
is amoi« three Fiiiinia sUte High Sehnd stadeots 
attending the senior art division ofthel9nMidwestera 
Music and Art camp at the Uaiversity d Kansas. 

NRECTOR TO C(HmNUE 

William A. Cox Jr. at Virgiaia Beach will con- 
tinue to hold office in tte oming year as Natloittl 
Director for the Virginia Sode^ of Professional 
Engineers. 

HEALTH CENTER OFFICES ELECTED 

At the annnal meeti^! of flie Atlairtic M«ital Health 
CeMer a slate (rf <Mcers were elected for the op- 
coning year. Elected were Mrs. Linn L. Wright, 
j>resid«tt; Mrs. John R. Anderson, vice-prraklent; 
Horace E. Phillips, secr^ry aad Ivan D. Mapp, 
treasurer. 

FURMAN DEAN'S UST 

Richard C. Banttml Jr., son of Mr. aad Mrs. R. 
C. Handford of Virginia Beach, ras iadaded ia tte 
spring term Dean's List at Fnrraaa Uaiversity, Greea- 

ville, S.C. 



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nay be nnnitted to Sir Dial by 
PlaaM nail your asttce to SarU^, Virgiaia Bead 
Sm lU RasMMBt Re^ Tirgtaia Beach Va. »«U. 
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hers were Harry Barbin 
of PhUadeliAU, Pa., J<M 
Carri^:t«Mi of DoravUle, 
Ga., HaroM George of 
Greensboro, M.C., John 
MiUer M Gramsboro, 
N.C., ^epten Reams (tf 
Lyaettmrg and DtrngiiMSk. 
Wakefield of Virfliiia 
Beach. 



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MRS. CAIiairGT(» 

Carrington - 
Wakefield 

Ovida Kie Wakefield and 
Carroll Bruce Carri^^ton 
were married July S in 
Freemason Street Baptist 
CJiurcli. Norfolk. 

The bride is the dai«h- 
ter of Dr. atd Mrs. O.M. 
Wakefield, 1504 E. Bay 
ShQre Drive, Virginia 
Beach. The groom is the 
son of Mrs. Lois D. Macon 
fd Atlcirta and Mr. John 
Carriagtoo of Fairfax, Va. 

The maid of honor was 
Nina Gail Wakefield and 
bridesmaids were Jayne 
B^ ^^WakefieU, lanna 
Wakefield, Carol Jenkins of 
WUmii^n and Jerilyn 
J<4uison of Lima, Ohio. 
Flower girls were JamiUe 
Decker and Christie An- 
derson. 

The best man was Steve 
Gerson of Fair&z and us- 



"Siwnese Cat," a photograph by Vir- 
ginia Beadi's Ronald Maratea, has been 
selected for exhibit at the 84th Exposi- 
tion of Professional Photography, July 
20-23. at the Chicago Hilton. 

Maratea, a professional photographer, 
also had a second photo, "Tomcat- 
F-'4," selected for the annual exposition, 
which is sponsored by the Professional 
Photographers of America, Inc. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher 
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the engagement of their 
daughter, Janet Lee, to 
Michael St^iben Cates, son 
of Eev. and Mrs. Jesse 
Howard Cates of Freder- 
icksburg, Va. 

The bride-to-be attended 
Old Domini<m University 
and is employed liy Thomas 
Cook Travel in Richmond. 

The groom-to-be is a 
1912 graduate <a the Uni- 
versity of Richmond and 
is en^)loyed by the .<^te 
Corporation Commission. 

A S^. 7 wedding is 
tinned. 



Salop 

engagement 

. »■- 

Cmdr. and Mrs. iota 
Sak9, 470 Goodspeed Road, 
Vir^Ma Bmeh. announce 



Brides 



the engagement ci their 
daughter, Cassandra Ame 
to David Karl Waca«r, son 
<tf Mr. and Mn. Fmk S. 
Wagner of Ptttrte^ Pa. 

The bride-to-be is a 1970 
graduate of First Colonial 
High School and a 1974 
eniduate of Vinrinia Poly- 
technic institute. She is 
preseMly employed by 
Brick Iiutitute of America 
in McLean, Va. 



The groom-to-be is a 
1968 gradiate of Shaler 
High School, Glenshaw, 
Pa., and a 1974 gradmte 
of Virginia Polytedmic In- 
stitnte College at Archi- 
tecture. He is employed by 
Wolf Associates, Arcbi- 
tecU in Charlotte, N.C. 

A Seemlier wedding is 
being planned, and the cou- 
ple will reside in Charlotte . 



Broun 
engagement 

Cmdr. and Mrs. Ler- 
oy Ripley Broun of Coolin 
at Priest Lake, Idaho (for- 
merly of Norfolk) annonnce 
the engagement oftheirdau- 
gfater, Clemence Jean to 
Thomas Hudson Thatcher, 
son of Capt, and Mrs. Jos- 
eph Owens Millaqdiy That- 
cher of Virginia Bea<±. 

The bride-to-be is a grad- 
uate of Norfolk Catholic High 
School and Madison College. 

The groom -to-be is a 
graduate of Christian 
Brothers High School in 
Memphis and Belmcmt Ab- 
bey CoUege in North Caro- 
lina. He is presMtly em- 
ployed by Luther J. Howell 
certified pnblic accountants. 

The couple plan an Aug. 
30 wedding. 



Following are Urths re- 
ported t^ ttie General 
H<^pital at Vircinla Beach 
throng July 1: 

Mr. and Mrs. John Ed- 
ward Dickeuon, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. WOUan 
Fnncis Vdcet. MB; 

Mr. and Mrs. Douvon 
Carson Coley, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tnr- 
Irin, son; 

Mr. and Mn. Barry Lynn 
Risbel, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Stvart 
Welions Carden Jr., dang- 
ler; 

Mr. and Mrs. Riz Marvin 
WllUau, mm; 

Mr. and Mrs. AUen Louis 
MastersoB, daagUer; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Thomas WUUams, dangta- 
t«r; 

Mr. and Mn. William 
M. Blakeley, danger; 

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Thom- 
as Adaoson, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius 
Lee Yates, son; 

Mr. and Mrs, Grover 
William WUtdrorst, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert N. 
HoleyJr., dtagtrter; 



Mr. and Mrs. WUUam 
Richard Waller, daoglrter; 

Mr. and Mrs. O'Conwr 
B. ShauoB, daagMer; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. 
Dabney, sob; 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. 
VoktaU. dan^r; 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
Barton llorris, ■on; 

Mr. sMi Mn. imUaa J. 
Price Jr., daoghtn-; 

Mr. and Mn. Raymond 
Lee Brttt, dai«Ater: 

Mr. and Mn. Thomas 
Dnane Uewtilyn, son; 

Mr. and Mn. DomM 
Bryant WoQlard Sr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Eli Teal 
Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mn. John 
Loois Thonqwon, , daugh- 
ter; 



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Phone 

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throng Jesss Christ. 

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are born to live. We are 
not converted to continue 
our old life. The word of 
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ORDER - 
VAGWUl: IN tVE 
CLEBK'S^FFICE OF THE 
CffiCWT COUfeT or THE 
CITY OF VJRGmU 
BEACH, OH THE lOTH 
DAY OF ime. 1975. 
Id re: Adc^km of Maor- 
een Ami Replo^ aM Me- 
linda I,ee ft^oeg. . 
By: Timoi^y R^o^ and 
S^rlene TdmliBson, Rep- 
loeg Petiiioiiers 
To: Itevld Repioeg 
Baa 9r 
Pi^!toB,,e^ra4to, 80831 

III Chancery 

C-75;7?5 
TU$^y <ame Timotki 
Sq;!^^ anASharleaeTDBi- 
Ussfia fi^tese, _^eti^- 
ere, -ikT i^nneaM tkat 
ttae (Afect^ttisfiiDCMd- 
uig is to efiect the »lq»- . 
tiott of tbe above naned 
ioiatf (s), lliufeAi Abo 
. ReplO(% aad Melinda Lee 
Reploeg, by Tini^y Re- 
. plo«& amf Si^leiie.Tos- 
Uason' Replo«g, ta^ud 
: aad wife, aadatMavttkav- 
Ing been nude and .filed. 
- that D^vid RoloeK. a na- 
tural pM«is a ad< djfil- 
(ttn), is a, uw-n^^ 
of tke Sate (rf T^gli^, 
tte last kaawo foA ninee 
«fihres$ beiiQ: Bex 96, 
I^ytoo, Colondo, «M3{ tt . 
is therefore OrderMtOttt 
the said Itevtd Ri^tow ap- 
pear before tlEU QHrt 
; wttkJB ten (10) (bfs after 
.pribikatitw ot tU»: Order 
atf9 indicate hi$..^tude 
toward the {Mrososed adaf>- 
ti«B^.or (Merriiedo'i^t 
i0ttee^su%t6 protect Us 
iRtere^ti tkis nalter. 
Aymw testar .iOOf V. 
F^nmESS. €bfifflC 
Eaiari,T. Catoa 
P.O. Box 42 
Vireuia Bea'dr, Vi. 



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ymsaoA: m\.Tm cm- 
cunr <^w|T oorHECPTY 
or wssmimACBm 
rm mmwa c^ mm, 
w^ ' " 

Doris T, AT«r^, 
Cowplataaifc 
IS. " 

Join B. Awrett 
ISaiCooUdeeAr^ 
BosAjna, Pomnlnuiia 

tmei. - 

Jt^poadnt. 

In Chancery 
ne -el^ of ttfii Sidt 

wlse..of nal fcqperty in die 
iTity «yi«g)nia §«i^ vir- 
Kinia. kaovn u Let 226, 
on that Mrtain ptat entit- 
led ^Sw^a Owm, west- 
%oc^iMl fisttfes^. 
rAlyUBdavK~t0iBr beoi 
■aaafrsitid lUedttatJetaiB. 
Avef«tt is-a noa-resiitat (rf 
the State ot Vii^nla, his 
last Imown post otteeadd- 
re^is beiaf 1531.%oeUdKe 
AVraM, Sostya, PcBBsy] - 
rania 19001. 

. It is Onderied tfa^ the 
afiM^esaid non-reaidert 4e- 
feobBt appear wttUn tea 
(18) days afl» <tae pdrfiea- 
tion of tUs drier ^ do 
wtet is nec^sary to pro- 
tect his inters. 

It ts fcrtter orderad^tet 
the firesdine portiAB draiis 
order iw puUi^ied oece a 
week fM- fpar coMeeaUve 
weelcs in the Tirgiaia teach 
Son, a newspaper of gewral 
.£ircaiati(n n the City of 
Virginia B^udi, Virgitfa. 
A coiqF-teste: JOHK-T. 
FENTRE^: CLEIK 

VBS July 2, », K,23, 4t 



SKtent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
oBlce MMress beii^: 4710 
PloiBoadm Street^ Apart- 
ment S8, Vancouver, Wash- 
l^tmr t8661 it is order- 
ed that she (to aH>ear here 
witMo tea (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may l>e necessary 

this suit. 

A Cppy-Teste: JOHN V 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
thilip H. Myers, Atty, 
1600 E. Little Creek Rd 
Sorfolk, Virginia 23518 



and legatees without re- 
qtit^ retandlng boads. 

It is FURTHER ORDERED 
that this Slnw Cause Order 
be pMishad once a week for 
tw^-svccessive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper having general cir- 
odatim in tbe City of Vir- 
ginta fieach, VitgWa. 
A COOT test: JOHHV. FEN- 
T^SS. CLERK; 
WiUcox. Savage, Lawrence, 
Dickson & Spindle, P.q. 
1800 Virginia NaUonal fonk 
Mldlng 
Norfolk, Virginia 2SS10 



rwns 



-Tarte: XMK V. 

IteBlf * BumH , U^. 

SOoKuJiTwrwrWiilMfai 

S330 Pacific Aft. 

Va. Beach, Virginia 2Sei 



vBS June 

P 4t 



18, 25, July 2, Vffi July 2, 9, 2t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
Kh day of June. 1975. 
Gary D. True, 
Plaintifi, 
aga^iM 

jpttj^AnstiaTrue 
Defendant. 

Hie a^eci ot this suit 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Hensa Et Thoro to later 

be merged , from the 

said defendant, upon the 
gXBoads of desertion as of 
July 8, 1973. 

And an affidant hav- 
ing beea made and filed 
ttat tte delendaat is anon- 
residert of theSatectf Vir- 
gtala, the last kaova post 
elBee address being in 
Florida, towlt: 5107Honer 
Avenue, Tampa, Florida, 
SS«ra it is ordered Uiat 
riK do ajyear here within 
Ten (10) days after due 
piMicatian herettf, and do 
wlut may be necessary to 
protect her Wemt in this 
suit. 

A ovy-Tetta: JOiN 
PQITSESS: CLERK 
Staart R. Ha^, Atty. 
4310 tadiui River Rd. 
CStesapeake, Va. 2325 



V. 



VBS June 
9 « 



18, ZS, July 2 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKHI 

la the Clerk's Office (rftbe 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virgliite Beach, on tiM 

l»i day ^ Jnae, IVK. 

Mariti EUiab^li Bowers. 

PlaMifl, 

against 

Goild Ai^hoay Bowers, 

Oafeadaat. 

Tke object ot fids rati 
b to (Aitata^ a dtreree a 
tnhicrio aurfriBMiaii from 
tbe said deimdaiit, qpoa the 
poinds of 2 tear Kpara- 
tioo. 

And anOHdavithayii^been 
made aad filed ttat the de- 

dered th^ he do appear 
here vifiiiB teo (10) days 
after due pnblicatloa here- 
of , and do what nny be 
aecMsary to protect his 

^iterest ta this suit. 

A eoi9-TMte: JOHlf V. 

FEMTRESS: CLESK 

jnUaaF.Bancida 
^LaakteSoad 
VirgiBia Bcaeh, Tirgiaia 



yn Jim II, 



», «y2 



ORDER OP PUHJCATnH 
IntheClerkVOfBeeorthe 
Circirif Coart etmotjot 
Virginia Beadw m Am Uth 
daytf Jme, li25. .. 
Richard Leon tanett, ~- 
Plairtifl, . • 

^gainiigt 

L6r^9 Jean Buraett, ' 
Defeddbnt. — 

the (Aject jrf-thi« suit 
is to oUaln a divorce A 
Meosa Et Thoro from tbe 
said defendori, t^mi tbe 
grounds of ctawrtta. 
And an affidavft hav- 
ing be«Ln^te ad filed that 
the d«#nAnl is^ aon-re- 



SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIR- 

curr COURT of the city 

OF VntGDnA BEACH JuM 
24,1975 

b the Matter of Virginia 
Natiogal Bai&, Co-Execu- 
ter of the Estate of Hun- 
ter C. Pfeelaa, Deceased 
CPi3096 
tt mwariag to the Court 
that a rqort ot the accounts 
<a TirgUa Matioaal Bank, 
Co-Ezecator at the Estate 
of B^ter C. Phelan, de- 
casMd, aadotVte debts aad 
deiiiaads a^itast ids esUte 
have beeaiUediatbeClwk's 
QlfiiK of this Court, aadOat 
ail motfisbaveelapsed sin- 
ce tlw qntiificatioB of 
the saU Virginia National 
BaJtt as Co-Executor, m 
mctiaa ctf said Vii^inia Na- 
tiooal BaiA. Co-Execator of 
the Estate of Bnter C. Phe- 
laa, decmsed, it is Order- 
ed that the creditors of, 
aad all others iat««sted 
in, the Estate trf Hmrter 
C. Phelan, decMsed, do 
show eaase, if aqr ttuj can, 
on the 18th day of July, 
1975, at 10:00 a.m., be- 
fore this Court, initscourt- 
nma, against tbe payment 
and delivery of the Estate 
of Hoater C. Phelan, de- 
cease to his distribrtees 



Clean Up 



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V^'V 



200th 

Birthdav 




S»am«> a kuuiiiicaiion Mnm 
JaMMy Mwiiati 7i. 
US 0«MrMiamef HMlnwnor, 
WmIM^M. O C. M240 



Omm of PUBUCATION 

la the Clerk's (K^eoMhe 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, rathe 27th 

day of June, 1975. 

Mary Lou O'Brien, 

Plaiatiff, 

gainst 

Jam^ Edward O'Brim, 

D^entont. 

The object of this suit is 
to <Main a divorce a Tin- 
cvlo matrinuaii from the 
nld d^endaat apta the 
grounds ta adultery or a 
divorce a measa et thoro 
OB the grounds of desertim. 
And aa affi«ivtt tavtag beea 
aade and filed Oat tbe de- 
feodant is a aoo-resldeiit of 
the SUte (rf Virgtaia. the 
last known post (^ce add- 
ress being: c/o Fleet Post 
Office, Mew Yoit. New 
York, it is ordered Omt he 
do ajpear hen wltMa ten 
(10) days alter dae pMia- 
bm heretrf. aiid dowWauy 
be aec^nry to jnotect Us 
iat«re«tiBtUs«dt. 
A cepjr-te^: JC»X V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Robert D. Laeas, Jr. 
906 Plaza C^ 
Norialk, Virginia 

VK July 2, 9, li, a, 4t 



ORDER (W POBUCAflOH 

ft the Clerk's CMtea of ilw 

Cirodt Coart oette City 

ot ViigUa Bead, oa the 

im day <a Jaaa, 197S. 

DavM H. Bictt>nl, 

PlaiBttif. 

agaiast 

Natalie Loa Btckford, 

Delieadaat. 

The object of tUs suit 
ia to (Mata a ittanee a 
i^iaettto: Batrtraoaii from 
the said diisMlaat, apoa the 
grounds of livtog separate 
aad tfKit ia excess (tf one 
year. 

And aa affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed that 
tbe d^endant is a non-re- 
sident (^tbeSUteofVir- 
iMa^^tta laat kaowa port 
once aAh«a* batar M* 
Radford Drlwe. R^Uand 
Hei^, QUO tt is order- 
ed ttat d» do appear here 
wtUiia tea (10) days after 
due puUicamm herectf , aad 
do what may be aecesaary 
to protect her iatere^ ia 
thissidt. 

A ca|7-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Claite, Snider A Carter 
5209 Virgiaia Beadi Blvd. 
Virilnia Beach, Viigiaia 



VBS Jne 

9 4t 



II, 25, July 2, 



(»DER OF PUBUCATHMf 

In tte Clerk'a Office ol Ow 

Circuit Court (rf Ute City 

of Virgiato BeaiA, oo tte 

30a day (tf Jme, 1975. 

Michael F. 0. MiUw, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jam StillweU MiUer, 

Defendant. 

Hie obted of Oia suit 
is to obtain a divorM a 
measa et thoro trtm the 
said defeadairt, qna the 
grounds of dMertioa. 
And an affidavit baviag 
been made and fited that the 
defendant is a aon-resldeflt 
at the ante of Viig&ia, ber 
last kaowB pMt oSice being: 
2«» Ea^way Driw, Char- 
lotte, North Canritea It is 
ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after tee paMicatiOBberaaf, 
and do itet may be nec- 
essary to iKOtect her ia- 
terert in Ms suit. 
A aqiy-Teste: KXtK V. 
FENTRE^: CLEIOC 
Brydges A Hudglns, Attys. 
1369 UsUb Road 
Virgiaia Beach, Va. 23451 

VBS July 9, 16, 21, M 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLK:ATK)N 

In the Clerk's Offteeot Oa 

Circutt Court of tbe Cit^ 

of jtVir^a Beach, oa tte 

9fl day «Jime. 1975. 

Mary Louise McDoaald, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Richard Glen McDoaald, 

DefaidaA 

Tfc oqect df Otis soif 
is to cMain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
Die Said (Me^Bat,npaaM 
grounds (tf cMstraMvede- 
»ertk«, ; 

Atti an aOltevM tev- 
m beM ma& aM fiM 
that due di%«ee tesbMi 
used bf orinkrttifortfc 
Complataart to aaeertytti 
wUcb coorty or ecn^ 
oration MtOmmQ/tM' 
tae Ct., Vln^ U^ 
Virginia it is ortertd tbat 
be do Bi^ear tere wWA 
Ten (lO)daysafter(taepab- 
l^tkm hN«M, MddouM 
My be nai^Mry topnp- 
m Us Werert ia Ms 



VBS,Jiu» 
9, 4t 



18. 25, July 2. 



CnDER OF PUBUCATION 

IntheCi«t's(»a<»aftbe 

Circuit Gem% ti the Ctty 

ol Viri^ Baaidi oa tbe 

2Mi m of Jw*. n^ 

Siayli.Cartf£o, .. ■„ 

PUrtttf, 

agatet 

HUliaB C. CarrioH 



Tfte a^ct ol Um svit 
ia to rtlata a dhttree a 

AlMto IMrtllBMl^yfr<^ 

tte MM dateadaatrupoa 
tte grouada of t«»-yaar 
e ep e hn t m . 

Aad mt affiAvtt hav- 
lag bwn aada uM flted 
ttat the datediam a«a- 
ratidaat of Ow Sate ol 
Virgirii, m tert 
pMt idfiee addr«M batag: 
VR30, MAS, Alaiaada, Cal- 
ifonte It is MPdarad mt 
he do appear bare wifltti 
tea(10>iay8 alter due pab- 
m^&em kema. aaddoutat 
may bar aacMakry to pro- 
ted Ua interest ia fids 
autt. 

A oopT-Teste: Km V. 
FENTRESS: CI<ERK 
TtaooMa B. SMtleworOi 
Oaik. Ibiiaiaber, iof- 
beia^ASait 
inPaMbrokeThratBdl- 
dtag 
V^^ Baadk, Vtti^afa 

VBS Jtfy M.lf.n, « 



(«I«R OT roUJCATKMI 
la ttedradl court of tte 
dty ot Virgiaia BaaA oa 
tbe SOthdtyof Jaw. 1971. 
Breada Joyea Rino 
r^wajaainant, 

V. 

Joba Geoita Rixao, 
Addreas Oaiooaa, 



two^)yaara,i 
havtegbeaaou 



(^ANCERTNO. 

Tbe obleet of tUa aait 
is for tte fwmplalaait to 
obtaia trooilie dtfaadnt 
a divoree Hob tbe boa^ 
of matriaMay eaMflw. 
grooKte ttet tte nartiaa 
have Itvad aqatut aad 
apart, wtttoatcobaMtatioB, 
fbr a period ot noretbaa 
, aad affidavit 
inadetbtf aaid 
defeadaat ia aot a reai- 
dcal «t tfte state of Vir- 
giaia, aa to berebjr raqair- 
ed to wpsar wUUa taa 
IIS) dajrc aftw tfaa pab- 
iicatloa haraaf aad d« iftat 
any be aaeaaaarr to pro- 
tect ^ IMere^. A is 
ORIN£REDtttf flMaOmer 
be prididwdOKea vaak 
tor ftiur (4) aaceanlw 
veaka ia vin 
Sii^a 
|ea««l 

City of ViifiBia BmA. 
Virgiaia. 

eon^teste: Km V. FEN- 
TRESS: CLDK 
TtaMtlnr W. Fiaebea. 
Patar K. Babalaa A Aa- 
aoetetaa, P.C 
210 AtlaaticNationlBari^ 
Bidldlw 

415 St. Paul's Vodevard 
Norfdk, Virginia tISlO 

VBS Jaly 9, M. tS.lb.« 



rirgWa Baaa 

■havtaga 

etanUtoaiaiH 



ORDER OF POBUCATKMI 
li the circutt aeartal tte 
dty of Virgiirfa Baadi Jaae 
n, 1975. 
PnlT. Sehwarte 
Cma^alaaat. 

V. 

Mary K. Sdnrarts. alao 
kaowB aa Mary M. Sei- 
warts. 



la daaeery Ito. 11119 
Tbe o^fad e( this autt 
is to aOed partttioa 
amoagst the owmn, by 
nle or attend, of Ifte 
hereiaaltar d e al a ftad real 
iwapefty dtedad ia Vir- 
giaia BaMl,- Vifgl^ -of 
which PhI T. ie^rts 
and MUT K. Mnwlt. 
a/k/a IbiT H. Idmirti, 
are the ovatrs qf^prop- 
erty as taaaate iae^Boa; 
the ^vpwtybaiagtfaacrtb- 
edaa fcUowa: 
All that Mrtate lot. piece 
or pared ef land wtth 
the hduiwa mH ia- 
provmeite tteruoa, att- 
ude ia the Keatadlle 
MagistMial nstrid to 
tte Ctty M mtUt 
Bmdk, V^aU, aad 
naabaradMddt- 
as Ld Ko. 9 
on tbendattttod«t:or- 
eorradad Plat d M- 
diviaka d prapeitf d 
C. M..lodpMa Mra,. 
PrttCMa Aaaa Coaaty, 
Vitgida-, raa»4ed.ta 
tbeCli^i^aOmeeattta 
Ciredt Coot d tte dtty 
d Virgfda WeatfBfaMip 
Book 17, Page », !•- 
fo'UBea to said ptet 1m- 
tag attto for a BMit 
parUealar daseriptioa ^ 
said pijperty. 
Aad m Aflidart havkd 
t ttd Mary K. 
Sehmrta, t/k/» mn U. 
Schmrts, toa aomdi lad 
d Mm Sbrtt; aad««ldft*lt 
haviig taaa Bate that dU- 
liaaM has baaanaadbyaad 
oabaftatfefttaCoiipbla- 
ad to aaeetala ta «hat 
eoorty or emrsenMa Qt 
Rttpoateat, l&qp K. Sc*- 
wart£,a/k/aMaryM.Sc*- 
warU, if Uvii«, tor ttdw^ 



her las p(M oMee add- 
raca wn SSSSSaattttrad, 

Lallirette, ladiaaa; R U 
GUmib ttd tb» aaid 
anara d dad, aamdy, Mary 
K. Sdmtrts, i/k/a Mary 
M. Sebmrts, if ika be 
lti:iBf, do atatr vttUa 
tM (MQ 4b]« mfimvA- 
Uedte d mt <ma nd 
do aftd i* aeeaanry to 
Kded bar Wwad. 
R tt tg^mptMED 

ad mot % m^ tar tour 

fMMbad to tte 
C^'d'IM^ttk Baaa. to 
flia^d^ihria. 
k&m*tmtm Jom V. 

RKnonst'CLsn 

jjBuaB. Mdtamy 
iMBfBS, MCKfalRT A 

»tt «MdMdPadfle AM. 
Baaek. ni^da 



£ 



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tt«l 



^ VBS Afly 9, 18, 13, $0. d 



cnot 

TOMBBA; % TMI CIS 
CUT ^JIMW Of- 
CITT C^BeamA MtACB 
qtCTK Vm DAT OF 

ta thaMi^rdttaAdap- 
ttoa d Wekid SteraaYal- 
di~ , - 

BT:DCAirtMnTMEL- 
LSTROM aadPIGSTEAR- 

ummusTWH 

ft:Mr.MBLaaautfTal- 
ds 

GaadilDa^^ 

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ttd the ok- 

tt tMt wmamm l» 

Iliad tta aiopttoa al 

tha «oi*-BaBad lainl. 

MICBi^LSTEVEII YAL- 

OtZ, br IKEAII CRNEST 

MEfLsnmf ndpin- 

GY EARLEEN HELL- 
STFQia. baakaad aad «tt«, 
aad aliUa^ bivtag baaa 
Bade aad aiad A JOn 
laOKAM VALOR, a aa- 
taral pand d aald eUd. 
toaaaaraaldaddtba 

' State d VifliWa. Ifte ted 
i^mva Boas ooiwe aaawaa 

, baiar GaaartO OaUfary, 
PniMo,eilloradSlWI, 

R to thatafora (Mwad 
thdtheaald JOOILIO- 
MARD TALOTZ apaaar 
batora Ida Govt lAfcia 
taa (10) dm after pal>- 
UeatMB dads CMwaad 

aard tta prapaaad aiop*. 
tiaa, w #lfc«nrisa ,ia «M> 
li aaeaMary te pnted Ua 
teteradtaMiBato-. 
A capy taalft XMOf V. 
PBMxRCSI. CLm 
«iOteBa.<MaM,Jr. 
ittmajr iar tta Faimtoa- 

lM7Laafcteitoad 
ViifteteBaac^VA 

VBSAfyM>lt^« 



OUiaOFPOBUCATlOH 
tatftaOaik'sOaieadtta 
Oredt Cent d tfta Cityof 
ViiiidaB«A.aaaald 



daydJdMl... 
KavteAaaaMiiMB, 
Piatetiff, -^"-^ 



Mdad 
ibadeiao 



it thoro from the 
•aid ddaudad, upon the 
gituadaddeaertloa. 
And aaaflidavtt having been 
Bade and fUed that tbe de- 
tandad ia a aoo-resktad 
d tkc Stete d Vircinia, 
her lad known post office 
address being; Rode 2, 
ClyBur, Peaasylvaaia it to 
arderad tkat abe do appear 
here wftkin tHflO) days 
after daa poWcdwa here- 
d, aad do what may be ne- 
caaaary to prdeet her in- 
taredia t^ autt. 
A^MgMMe: JMN V. 
tWSvUSS: CLQtK 
fty4|M Al 
l^iddEkTl^ 
Va.iaaA, Va. 

VBt))^ t,lS,23^ tt 

laMCtaft'atfBMtftte 
aiiid f^ot d tta C^ 
ef^ttate BaaA oa tte 
""" ^ d Jane, 1»S. 
tf.r 




^iWmtoA d Ma Mdt 
te tojghtei aadilwcel 

tim tta mM lafwdid. 

ardtoa tor avur d» yau-. 
Aad aa allltertt bay- 
kC kaea aada aad filed 
ttd tta MiadM« to aoa- 
ruMdt d( tta State d 
l^rgMa. tta tad kaouv 
pad afftea aMrMs b^c* 
IM Ladtoir n«^., m- 
PUI, ^^Mte, Oatarto 
ft ta artvau ttd aha do 
«Mr kdwiWtotaa(lO} 
«MNl after id pddlfltlna 
bH«d, aat do M^ «vte 

toprdadler 

ttttoaatt. 



AMM-raate: JOm 
FENnUtSS: CLERK 
BdaartT. C^oa 
P. 0. Box 42 

Baack. Virgtota 



Viniata 



ns My Z,t(lf,23, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATK)N 
ta tta Cldk'a Office d tte 
Ciredt Coart d the City 
of Vliftata Beadi oa tte 
tStt day d Jaw. 1975. 
rCoK Fried, 



Edward ARwrt Friad, 



Hw d^ed d ttto sdt 
to to ottata a divorce a 
flacdo aMtrtaoaii fraa 
ttaaalddataadBd,apoatka 
linajd i d aayiattoabe- 

" k.wmSoo. 



Tka obiad d ttto aatt 
to to aktataA mono a 



ktr aun ttaa 
oaayaar. 

Aad aa affidavtt kav- 
tag baaa awftoaad filed tbd 
tka daftadad to a aoa- 
raaldad d tka State d 
Vtaftata, tka tad laova 
Boai dBea oMtou bdag: 
Ld II. Jaiidra Couit Su- 
kaitai^ltar^art(,l.a- 
taftaa Paric. Harytaad it 
to OTdarad tkd ke do ap- 
pear kare vtttaa taaflO) 
4qfa after daa pabtteatiaa 
karaof, aad do dud awyba 
aaeaaaan to prated kto 
tateadtotttoadt. 
A dW -Twta; xms V. 
FDmaSSrCLODC 
Ufto, SadB i Ddiura. 

^SOi^xaOae 
Mortalk, Virgida 

VM ^ t,i.u,n.« 



•# 



INJTICI OF PtIBLK MEARDIG 



Virgtota: 

Tka ngular aadtai «( tta Coaadl d tka Ctty d Vir-. 
■ttia iaaci «« ba kM to tta Covdl CbuAend 
tta i—tanrnrttoa MUtei a^ Ball, Priacaaa Aaae 
itattaa. nn^ Baadl. Vlntato. oa Meada?. Jdy 21, 
Itn, d lio P.M.. d wkSllBe tke fdkiii^ ap- 
pUcdtaM «I0 be kaaid: 
A MEmmiR Ti 



I. 



d tte Caadl d tke Ctty dVirglda 
UniiadH a, SadtoaS.I (qOdtheCode 



of tto Ctty of Virglw Bweh, wlatigte S*^^, 
Ammti art Ri«aflWl«i rf «*• l*»»*^S^- 
fomatkM la a«llrte in We I^«<*'*^.'*J"ff!i 
1 Mdton of tbt PlsMliw Commissi* of the ,m d 
VImiMa BmA to amend and wortato ArtWt •» »c- 
t^ «1 of tbe Cmm<^MM JdS^Orfmm m- 
Hm^ to use r^rfWiMs tst ctaKM ia the Mi-l 
Wd*t. Moi* ddail« Intormdto is ivaitoble in the 
^•rtnMt of Pl^nl^. . ^ „,^ _, 

3. Mdk» <H tte Piannl^ CobbIs^ of tte Ct^ d 
Vi^^ B^b to an^d and reordato Article 5 dtte 
(^apr^msive Zoniflg Ordtaaace pertaini^ ^ ^ **' 

Ktins tor cburchM to flw R-1 and R-9 IMMhUsI 
rids. More detaUed Intoraattan is avallaWe to tte 
OapartBMl of Plaiulag. 

4. MdioB d the PlaaaiBg ConatofkB of the ^ d 
VirgUda Beach to amend and l^ordkto Article 6 dOw 
C^Bwrrtensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to jad re- 
l^ldton tor ctorctas in the A-1 Apartaett Udrtct. 
Mire MaUed i^rmatin is availalAe to tbe D^art- 
SMrt d Planntog. 

5. Hdtoa of the Ptond^ duDBisaioo of tte Ctty d 
Viigli^ Beadi to amend ad reortein Article I dtbe 
Coaprebensive Zwii^ Ordaance pertaining to ne re- 
gulations for churctes to tte 0-1 Office Didrict. Itet 
Matted information to avdlaUe to tte D^^artaed d 
PtoaAw. 

6. MdlM at tte Planniif Coaaisaioa d tte C^d 
Virgida Beach to amead aad remnlato ArHcte • oTtte 
OM^rckeadve Zcaiag OrdauM pertaliAig to im re- 
nyfioas for dmre^ to tte B-l aad B-2 BaMwaa 
nitrk^. More detailed tatforaatifla is avaitaM to ike 
Oqpartawd d nnaiag. 

7. IMton d tte naMl« Coaunissioo d tte Citod 
Virgida B«U!h to aawad aad raonhto AMtote 2« fic- 
ttaa 211 (•) d tte Co^prdMBsive Zoniag (^ttaaaei pw- 
taiM« to pdttieal campaign sigiw. More detafled ta- 
tonatfise to availaUe to tte Oepartmed d ~ 

VKJutyi, 9 2t 



CmtR OF PUBUCATKHI 
VimiOnA: m THE OBCinT COURT OF THE CITY 
OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON THE 24TH DAY OF JUNE, 
1975. 

MDOIlEBENSnt, 

SUbattttte Committee for Ande Eva Goffigaa, 
Cwaptainad, 

V. 

ANNIE EVA GOFFIGAN, d als, 
OetaMtaato. 

IN CAHNCERY NO. C-75-901 
Tte objed d this suit is for tte coaptotoadteadi 
tte property of the incompd^ dd^ndad. Anate En 
Gdqiaa, and to use tte iHrocee^ fw tte aoiort aad 
mainteaaace of Ande Eva Gof^^, said prt^erty beiag 
tecribed as kdtows: 

All ttet certato real property irttt tte buildi« 
and iaprovemeds ttereoa, known, aumbovd aad 
dMlkte^ as tarcel Nuater 13 oa tte |daa d 
part d tte Allbuiger Ptoce, Lyantewa M«ider- 
tol rastrict, made by S.M. ^mpaoa for J. W. 
Booney on Decemter Itth, 1924 aad recorded to 
tte Circutt Court d tte Ctty d Virgida Beach 
ta Map Book 7, page 63, SAVE AIO) EXCEPT 
aU tbd part d Parcel Number 13 takea by tte 
Ctty d VirgiBta Beach Iqr a Ccrtificato d TaUag 
to Deed Bodt 1459, page 623 aad akoun oa ttd 
certato ptat eatttled: "Ptat Siowiag Sewer Water 
and Utilttin EaSeaed* frtmi tte Estate d Aade 
Eva Gdfigan for tte City d Virgtota Baack, 
Virgiata, Lyadmven Boroogk, reviaed Sapttober 
6, 1973, McDould and Overman Coasuttii« Ea- 
gineers, Virgiata Beadi, Virgiata aad raowded 
to tte Clerk's CMfice d ttw Ciredt Court d 
Virgtota BeaxA, Virgida to Map Book 107, page 

An Attfatavit teviag ben made ttat dae dUigeaee 
has beea used by and oa bdialf d tte eoapiaiaad to 
aacertatol&atateowi^ or cotportdouHaryWoodbouae 
aid^, EvdfB^' Brow* «ra, wittod eitad^ ttd tha^ld» 
lowiog peraks are aoe-resiftato d tte Side d nr^ 
gtaia, and tbdr tad known pod office ad^vaaw art: 
Melrin P. Hayaaa. 32 Eltoitortt Stred, Wad Bana, 
Coaweticd OHU; Hattie Mottwaked, 9101 Wad Adaaa 
Stred, Ckieafo, Oliads M644: Jimmte Wal^n, 9«0I 
57tt AvaaaLjC Raga fork, Qneeaa, M.Y.; Zack Wato- 
toa, 9101 ntt Avaaae, IC Regs Park, Oueaaa, M.Y.; 
ItadMa WUMo^ 9S08 57tt Aveaae, IC Repi Park, 
9" — i '-T-; Tvoaae Kaowles, 663 Baaeoek Street, 
Apt. li boeklya. New York 11233; Velaa Editarte, 
5 IBIT "fctt i3A, Brooklyn, New Yorit 11301; Mm 
lUataa, 917 Bedford Avenw, Broddp, New York; 
muo Watotea, 325 IfacOoaald Stied, BraoUyn, Hew 
York 11233; Ctara Rodgers, 130-42-227tt Srad, Lm^ 
dtoa. New York; and ttat ttere are or aay te partiea 
idereatad to tte subject matter d tbto sdt uteae 
aaaa are uakaown aad who aay te nwre ftdly daa- 
eribed as parties admown who are all tte otter hdrs 
d taw d Aatte Eva Goffigaa vkose aaaes aad ptaeM 
d mUeaee are lukaowa; aad aay otker peraoa «ke 
may teve aa idered to tte suUwt aatto- d tbto sutt. 
tt to ORDERED that tte said R4ry Wooiftouae, Evdya 
Bron, Mdvto P. Rayaes, Mattie Motbershed, Jiaato 
Wdstoa, Zack Walstoo, Maureoi ' Wddoa, Yniaae 
Kaowles, Velaa Edwards, John Watotoa, WOUe Watotoa 
md Clara Rodgen and Partiea ttakaouni do ^ipaar 
vttkto tee itays after (tae pd>licdioa tered ud do vkd 
mn te aeciwaary to proted thdr ideresto. 

R to fatter ORDERED ttet tbto Onter te pflb- 
liahed once a week for four succesdre we^a to tte 
yjf!^®"** *"• * tewspaperipdWldwd to tte Ctty 
J*.w^%!l^S^' "** '"'^ f Wral circutattoa 
to tte Ctty d Virgtota Beach. Virgtota. 
A Copy-teste: J(MN V. FENTRESS - CLEStK: 
Mooter, MeMurran aad MiUer 
Att(»ieys d Law 
C^ralBdkfiiV 
Coudy d Court Stred 
Portraodh, Va. zrm 

VBS Jdy 2, 9, 16, 23, « 



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PUBJC NOTICE 



Rdica ta benlit ^vaa Ifcat tte Clto Owadl dtte 
Ctty d Vin^ Bedtt. WrgMi wif bold a Pd>Uc 
ReartaK d t:00 p.a., oa Uoaday. Ji^ 21, 1975 tor 
tte paip^ d hautof ttpae pacaoaa ospoaed to or 
to tavw d tta toawKa oraiS,S90.00in lurteen ail- 



lioa, five hundred and fifty ttoos«ad ddiars to Geaeral 
Oj^l^ Bonds of tte dty wkkA i««i combtoed 
wtth funds received as Revenue Stert^ Fauta wiU 
peratt tte fimding d ca^d imioovemed n«iecto 
as odllned telow. '^ 



aty ef Vlrgkita BMdi, Vlr^nia 

of 1975 Capital Projactt Appropriations 






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act 



, didriag to make a ^eaMMtoa befim Ctty 

Coaadl oa thne autten dmdd aoti^ tte Ctty Ctoik, 
■oaa IM,' City AdhMteMoa Bdhteg, Mudctod 
Cader, Vln^ Baiek, Wn^ lt«l by tater (H* iqr 
H^*fP .fl*^i**» MO p.a., aa WadaMday, 
Jdy It, lin. Hmmwm "tao n^^ d tteC^ 



tlerto d^ prtor to tte aMk«. B^Obd ddrfliu- 
0«i d tte fuate if w^oet aay te revtewad tatte 
dOiw dtte Ctty Ckrt. 
mtkurH.Wmm 
Ctty Clerk 



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oamm op pobucatiom 
b M citrit's (Mn«t4rftte 
CIttitt ^urt <rf tke City 
(rf Virtiiii B«tdi, on the 
2iai«i|otAM, 191$. 
CtelM AUm a^itor.n, 

vmtm. 



oSmi 



Lit Ptrry Saj^t, 



TM 9i^N;t of tfelc sntt 
ii to iMUn « ittvwec t 
vftMde iMtrlmxtti frontte 
MM MHmSuA, 190a tiM 
giwite ef *»• jretr s^ 

AM iKalMivtt Ittrtit lw« 
RM|»ndfU««ni[ttt«ilt- 
iliduM Is A KM-rMMaA 

tatf taenflpBtf offi««a4d- 
rate Mi|: ft AttMS Lue, 
Itoal MhtIs, MIiMhui it 
it ordmd tfett ahi lo ap 
V«tr Mv vWriB tM {10} 
dtp ■Sar te id>Uetfiao 
b«Mel. Mi to vM My be 
Me«MU7 to prated ber 
iBltrMt la tUi Mtt. 
A ' eqpf-TwIt: JOHN V. 
tWUmSii'CLWE. 
Btrfotr A Love 
SlMAretlcAve., 
Vintte BMek. YiifiMU 

VBS Jily 8, t, It. a 4t 

C»DER OF PUnyKATXM 
'tatteCtat'iOI&»cftte 
CIraM CmA of Ot Cttjr 
e( Tlq^Mt BmcH w tte 
2«h toy of Am, 1V». 
BlaMfetlMcte, 
FWMtfl, 



The o^d of ttls salt 
U to oMtla A ^voreo a 
vlmdo ■rtriHwnU fSron 
tip Hid tofiotort. ipoM tfce 
gTC«to erf toNitln. 
All u aflMivtt kftv- 
tt« bMR mto aM fUod 
tttf tlM tolnint is atHSr 
ndtort of AM atate of 
VlnWa. tt* iMt kaom 
Boat ^Om atoreas botof: 
hm, OSRPQ AttaM. On- 
Me, FFO Nc« Yort. tt U 
attmnA ttat ke do^vaar 
Un irimk 10(Tm} toya 
afler toe ptoHfattna har- 
•ot, aid to aiat aay be 
Mcaaaary to protect Us 
tartmatiaWandt. 
Aeon-Teata: xxa V. 
PERnSflB: CLERK 
Bndna A nriiia*, Aity. 
lIMUalto' 
Vliftada 



BeaA. Virctoia 



yttJ«ly2,t.lS.23,« 

ORSOt OTiPUBUCATKM 

kltteCteUfsOIBeaoftte 

CimttCntftaftlwCMrof 

Vlffiate Baadi, ntteim 

toyofJ«a^ltm. 

DbaaKaMadyBobart, 

i^toat ' 
PUltt>ttrriaBotart, 



The ob^ of tUa wtt 
to to iditoto a dMmee a vto- 
ado latrtaMall fraa the 

ardta tor 
ymr. 



AMaaafBtovMhavtafl 
udfitodihdttcde 



to a 

of tha8totoofViiiiito,Ms 
last kwm poat oOim ato- 
rasa bria|. U Braekvay, 
VirriaU Wtfar, Surey, 
Ea^id tt to ordnad that 
ha to appear hart vlWa 
tea (10) toya alta> daa pto- 
lie^oB beroot, aad to «M 
■ay be aaMuary toproUd 
Ua Mtorad to lUa aolt. 
A eenr-tade: Km V. 
FEHTBQS: CLraK 
ABwrt Trich. it. 
705 Oat Mato Rasa Ead 
Iforfoik, Vir^ato 21510 

Vn My 2, 9, IS, n 4t 



ORfiia OT FinUCATKM 
btbeClnt'a<»iecofthe 
Circuit Covt ^ tte Ctty of 

' VlifWa Baaeh. oa the lat 
.tojofMAlf^. 
Hairy Loatoi H^aaee, 

V PlaUtifi, 



Hitaat 
Abb Ml 



Marie MadiMBilieaee, 



•I 



The oi#et <4 tUa nit 
to to obMa a ditorto a 
ftoorito watAmm frMi 
Htoaaldd«readeNls|iMithe 
peaato of 1 year a^ara- 

ilAd a«afQto«tthaTlaf been 
aaato ad Wrf dM diU- 
■OBM hu baa uad by 
&a d e to a daat to, wtthoirt 
tMcl, ttalMttoHmpod 
effin wt^a tt»m- 224 
Vtrt Araat. U^Mt, 
Vir^ tt toMdMOdttat 
dtoto war ^naAttla 
taa(lS) tofi aMf Aw pd>- 
Ikdioa hereof, aadtovtat 
n^be aaeHMry to^t>- 
t^ hw tadMMJ to thto 
^t 
A a»-Ta^; -WW T. 

Bada, Sadta A l^vas, Atty . 
P.O. B«i»91 
Rorfitt. VtniMa 21514 

VSJalyt,l«.23.S0tt 



MDBB 

wmfOki Bf nr en- 
am wan orns, 
cm <xmt ornri 
9 tn on OF WR- 

MBA BtACI m fHl 

^iiATcvion, im 

* to tot M^ tf te Ad- 
oflM ti tecyPrMtM 



BY: DiAM ^MESf MEL- 

UTKMIttdrKKStEAR- 

LBER MBLLSnWH 

To: Mr. <tery PatrtdtUae 

t.O BfBi 34S 

Ci^aii, C(A>nMto I12» 

Twa toy aaie Deaa Er- 
BMrt Madron aadPamr 
btfleca MeUdnm, ft- 
titioaera, aad raitfeaaded 
UM toe ofatod of Wa f«- 
cMtoii to to eitad toe ad- 
apMto « STACY PBESKM 
LAME aad KfiM RAE 
LAME. t9 DEAR OIRECT 
MELL8TR0M aad PK3GY 
SARLIEM HELLSTROM, 
hirtaad aad vUe, the aa- 
taml totter of aald ebU- 
<trm, to a aoarMtoed of 
the 8tde M Vlritoto. the 
laat bMTO pod office ad- 
drata tatar PO. hat Ml, 
(^topad. dorado •1223, 

ft to Vtmntan Ortorad 
thd the aaid GiUST PAT- 
MCK LARE upMr b^re 
thto Qml vttUB tea (10) 
toya after pMlMtioo <A 
ttda order aad iatfeato Us 
sttitato toiwrd tteim- 
poaed adc^tioB, or otter- 
wise to what U aecesaary 
to |Rded U^ idered to 
MiaaMH-. 

A cepf tede: J(%R v. 
FEH1VE8S, CLERK 
ViBlaa H. Coloaa, Jr. 
Attoraey tor the Petttioa- 
era 

lM?LuidaRoad 
Viriida Baach. Va. »451 

VB8Jdy2.»,16,23tt 



OftDER OF pum^iCATicm 

tetteaerit'aOtftceoftbe 

Circid CoMt of tte Cttyd 

Vtriida Beach oa tte 24a 

diVef'toto, IfTS. 

Gdnic Loato Tr^ndl, 

Plaldlir. 

agalad 

Oiaaae Marie TrQiodi, 



Hw obicd of tlto aait 
is to oMato a itttMHt* a 
daoto autrimali fhMi 
tte saU tofWtod, 900 
tte gtoaato of a^araUoa 
tor aM>ra thaa one year. 
Aad aa afOtodt hadai 
beaa nato aad filed thd 
tte ddtadad is a aoo- ' 
reeided of the Suit of 
Vlf«iato, tte lad teovn 
pod otBee addreaa beiof: 
e/o Ireae Dittaaaa; Rora^ 
Rode #9. B« 27, Ply- 
modh, tofiaaa toMS tt to 
ortorad ttat dw to mwar 
tere vtthto toa(10)toya af- 
ter daeptolk^iaa tereof, 
aad to lAd any te aac- 
cnary to protod ter to- 
teradtotttoaitt. 
A copy-Tntt; XXS V. 
FENTRESS: CLEUC 
Loftae A Frtotona, Atty. 
SOS Pl^ OaaBaOtoK ' 
Iforltoii,Vtr|iBte2$9ir>' 

raS Jdy2,9,U,22.« 

(KDER 
nitGOnA: Df THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cnu:iiiT oxmT of the 

CITTOFVn^RIA 

OTY OF mtraOA 

BEACH, cm THE att IMY 

W JUNE. itn. 

to re: Adoptiaa of Roy 

Kdtt RawU aad Vaaesaa 

LfBBRawto 

9f: Rdwrt Wai I ea Grec- 

«7 aad Jaae EUn^bm 

Grag«y PeUttoawa 

To: LcTOT laida, Jr. 

ISIO N. Csarthoae Road 

AfHaitaa, VirgWa 

toOHiieary 

«C-74-t9U 
TUs toy cane Bobnt 
Warrta GnfMT Od Jue 
EUtabett Gngory.Petl- 
tioaen, aad r a p r as a dad 
that tte dried of ttds ptti- 
eeadlBftotoattadttead- 
opttoaof tte aboteaaaad 
i^ai^s). RiqrK^itewto 
aad Tuastt Lyaa Raids 
I9 Robert Warrae Grag- 
«T aad Jaae niaabett 
Gratay, haahiBii aad 
vlto, aad alBtovtt te?- 
iaf beep auto aad filed 
ttMt Lafoy Mvto, Jr., 
a mkmk pared of said 
childtrea), to a aoa-re- 
ddMd ^tteSWeof dae 
dlieace tedag beaded 
by tte petttlmen to as- 
cofidB to VIzfiato, «U<A 
eoaaty or o»poratioo ttie 
nid L«t>y Rawto, Jr. to, 
wtthod eftad tta tod 
teowi Pod<Mlc»addra8 
b^«: 1310 Coartteoae 
RoMl, Arliactoa, Ylrtfda 
tt is tteretore Ortored 
tet tte saki Leroy RswU, 
Jr. iMPPMr b«rtM« thto. 
Coart vltbto tea (10) Ays 
a^r ptoUcattoooCttlaOr- 

to^^ tte pn^oaad adop- 

tioa, fit oltervise to what 

is aaeesMry to ^ded his 

Mttered to tUs matter. 

A CTWr teste: JCMDI V. 

flMTRESS, CL^K 

mi^G. Denaaap.q. 

WUlent, SaoM, Lav- 

reaee, DidEaoB A ^todte, 

P»C. 

SM Hettic AwMe, Sdto 

MO 

Vtqida Be^h. Vti^Bia 



Vtnida 
2I«» 



YBSJdy2,9, IC, 23. « 

MDER OF POttlCAltON 
Yl^miA: Of THE CnOlIT 
OWBT OF TOE CITY OF 

YncniA vgktx m the 
itn DAY w mn, wn 
AmAWEaamiD, 

C^if^Wd, 

Dm D. WOLFE, 
DoB D. Wolfe, if Udag, or 
tf te te toM, ^ tte «1- 
iom aad hdrs, dtdMa and 
n^MMTs to tiOa d Den 
D. WtUit rt»an a^ipat^ 



eral toscriptioa of Partis 

Uaioora, 

DaMtoMs. 

toCiuneory 
C-W-tM 

Tte i^^ d tte d)OW- 
dykd siA to to compel 
pu1ttic» uioac tte ovaers 
d tte^nertydes^Mdcdas 
Ld Tvoahr (20), BIo<A For- 
fljm> Mddsion d Prto- 
tiMf? Ana PIi^, Se<Mto 
^1^ (S), VMlhte Baach, 
Viiltoia Baadi, VlrgUiia 
aad liaomi aad aamterad as 
417 (kiTisoo Ptoce, Vir|^- 
to BMdi, VirHda. 

R a^Mrt^; t^ affidadt 
ttet tte fovsnt addressed 
t%| iMtoatod, Don D. Wdto, 
if te te liviac, to naltaowB 
aad that hto lad teowa add- 
ress ms 417 Garrtooo 
Flaee, Viiftaria Baadi; aad 
tte HU imm thd tta« 
are or nay te pMnoas to- 
t««ded to tte stojed ]»«- 
perty to te divided lAose 
Mmes are adraown and 
valtof ttMB ddndads l>y 
ttie leoertl description d 
Parttos DdcBoaa, u affi- 
tovit tadBK bean mato and 
filed ttetthq r are mloiowii, 

tte widow aadhdrS, de- 
visees and nienaaors to 
tttle d Dm D. Wolfe. 

ft is therdOre Ortored 
ttd Doa D. Wolfe, if te 
te Uviai, aad ttw aaid pcr- 
acna made ddeadaats bT tte 
goaeral descr^jtiOB d Par- 
tiM^ Uatabw, do appear witt- 
to teo (iO) days after <to 
ptoi^ttta d thto N(Mee 
aad to atet is oeeeaaary 
to prated their i^r^. 

tt to tortter Ordwad ttat 
tte ll»<etda( parttoa d ttito 
OttMr te pdiltoh e d ewe a 
wart Its tear soecessive 
wed» to tte YiriiBto Beach 
toa, a aewsp^wr pddishad 
to tteCttydViniBto Beach. 
Viifhto. 

Mto V. Fedress, Clerk 
Atoa M. FriedM, p.q. 

VBS JOM 25. Jnly 2, 9 16, 

(nOER OF PBBUCATIOM 

to tte Cleric's Office d tte 

Clrcott Coort d tte Ctty 

d Vir^a Beach on tte 

ITtt d^ d Aw. JW75. 

RegiBdd Lee Cappa. 

PlatotUf, 

agaiad 

Jattth qpiadtf Capps, 




Tte d^d d thto adt 
to to obtato a divorce a 
-BMaaa d ttoro from tte 
«dd ddeadaat, q»n tte 
gntoato d desMtfiML 
Aad n affltovtt tav- 
toK hem aato aad fitod 
thd ttw defaadad to aaeao 

^'"fht 1i>t kasM 
oflfee address bdag: 
113 \/Z Wed lltt Stred, 
Stdtfart, Artauas tt to 
(Htored ttd Ae do ^ipear 
bwe vtthto tea (10) toys 
after daa paMicatioa here- 
of, aid to whd ouy te 
aeeeanry to protad hn- 
totered to tUs ntt. 
A COHr-Testo: JOffif Y. 
FUinEtW: CLEK 

— ^ ■ a 11 I I til 

onrapa ai Baaitts, Atty. 
l^LasktaltoM 
Ylritoto Beach, Va. 



VBS Jaae 

d 



25, Jdy £,9,1« 



OBma. OF PUBLICATION 
to tte Clert's Office d 
tte CiradtCoartdtteCtty 
of Vii0da Baadh oa tte 
20tt 4v d Jaae. 1975. 
Fraah teraito GoBMt, 
Plaidiff, 



Tereatta Otefd Gomes. 
J}elaadad. 

Urn ohged d tUs sdt 
to toobtato a dtvwrce a 
viaedo autriaMwli frcns 
ttto said d^adad, qun tte 
fTogato d dMertim. 
Aad aa affitoftt tev- 
tog baca auto aad tiled 
ttd ttM ddodad to a 
aoa-reaktod d tte State 
d Vir|ida.ttetodkaowii 
pod office address bdag: 
IMIl Venaod Laaa. Hm- 
ttoftqa Beach, Cdltorato 
^HC tt to ortorad ttet 
ate to ivpear harewMto 
toa (10) toys attar daepd>- 
licmioB tered, aaddowtet 
day te aeeessary to pro- 
ted ter Iderwt to this 
sdt. 

A eewr -T^' JODJ V. 
FOniSESS: CLQK 
Marp^^A BwMM, Ud. 
SOOBM^TOTCrBUK. 
3390 Paeffie Avewe 
yinioto Ba^. V. 23411 

VB$ JoM 25, July 2,9,16 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATUN 

Jhi tte aerk's Office d tte 

Ciredt Cmrt d tti« aty 

d Vbfida Beaift oa flie 

ITtt toy d Jne, 1975. 

IWtoiAleeanrpJr. 

tttoiff, 

ipdBd 

Broto Chei7l Shaip. 

O^Hdad. 

ne oftied a Mi sdt 
is to (Mato a ttorce A 
Viae^ MdrimoiM htm 
tte aato ddMtod, voatte 
ffooto d Desdtton. 
Aad aaaffidHrilhai^be^ 
■Oi aad fltad te tte to- 
toaihnt is a a^-rwWad 
« Oa fttfedYftgitojMt 
^ U%iM teilMMiMid 
Iqfor tobebaUdttenld 
Cgim ^iiiad to M^rtato 
wtet eoMty orcstffii^^B 
to wUiA ttw d^atod re- 
tUm wUod sOid. tte 
^^pM) 



Nashville, TMMSsee. it is 
ortered that she do q^ar 
tere witUa tee<10) toys 
after dM pd>U(^loB bere- 
ts, aad to dud may be 
a«<»s8ary to prded ber 
idered to tois sdt. 
A c(9y-Tede: John V. 

A e<^-Tede: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Brydges A Hu^ns, Atty. 
1369 Ladcto Road 

VBS Jime 25, Jdy 2,9,16 
d 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

to tte Clerk's Ottice of tte 

Ciredt Court d tte City 

of Vlrgida Beach, on 

tte Ittb (toy of Jose, 1975. 

Janes Avery Williams, 

Plaldift, 

agalad 

Wiaaft-ed Aim WilUans, 

Ddeodad. 

The d^ect d tUs sdt 
is to obtato a divorce a vto- 
cdo matrtmimii flrom tte 
said ddeadad, 1900 tte 
grounds d ttet they teve 
lived separate aad apart 
atoee ^taeriMr 3, 1971. 
Aad an affitovtt tav- 
iog bees nude aad filed ttet 
tte defddad is a nm-re- 
sided d tte Stote d Vir- 
ginia tte lad known pod 
office addraas bdng: 
lg>16 A^MBglow Lane, 01- 
ney,,. Brookville, Marytond 
20729 tt to ordered tt^ ate 
to appear tere wittito tea 
(10) days after daa pddica- 
ttoa hn-eof , and to whd may 
te aeeeanry to iffded ter 
idered to thto nit. 
A gyy-Teate: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLIUC 
lilchad E. BowerauB 
1561-A Ladtto Road 
Virgda Beato, Va. 23452 

VBS Jnae 25, Jdy 2, 9, 
IS ^^^^^^ 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In ttie Cleit's Office d ttie 
Ciredt Coort d tte City 
of VirgiBto Bn(^, on 
tte IM toy d Aaw, 1975. 
Aadr^ D. QMcadierry, 
PlaidUr, 



Lee Qaeeaateiry, 
Ddeadad. 

Tte obted d thto sdt 
to to ddato a divorce a 
vtocoto matrimonii from tte 
said defndad, opcw tte 
grounds d condradive de- 
sertiott. 

And an affidavtt tev - 
lag been made aad filed ttet 
die dil^eace has been imed 
by or to bdmlf d tte Com- 
{daiaad to ascertato to 
wUch coimty or anroration 
tte diMMiiiHa,. wttiKld•e^ 
m: ttplidf "Mt^^'offieb 
idifress bei^;: mKdtdn 
Avcnoe, Virgiato Btoefa. 
Vinida tt to ordered thd 
te do appear here withto 
ten (10) toys sfter dne pob- 
llcatioa tered, aad to wtet 
■ay te neceasary to pro- 
t9d Us idered to tUssdt. 
A copy-Tede: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
SsUaowttx. Ratol ASwarts 
Atty. 

1224 Maritime Tower 
NOTtolk, Virginia 23514 

VBS Jne 25, Jdy 2, 9, 

le **_^_,^ 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

to tte Clerk's Ot&CB d tte 

Clrcott Court d Uie Ctty d 

Virgida Beach, on ttw 16tt 

day d Jaae, 1975. 

Madda Kyle Haft, 

nabdffi. 

aplMl 

David Mary Hdf . 

Detoadad. 



Tte (Aied of this suit is 
to obtato a* divorce a men- 
sa d ttoro to te later mer- 
ged into a divorce a vinculo 
matriamit from tte said 
ddeadtMrt, ^m tbe grouods 
ofdesertloD. 

And an affidavit tev- 
\ag b»D made aad filed ttet 
(toe diligeoce has Iweo used 
by or in behalf d tte Com- 
ptoinant to ascertato in 
vMch Cowdy or Corporation 
tte Ddntod to, without 
atfect, tte lad known Post 
Office addren b^g: 1961 
Wolfsnare Road, Virgida 
Bneb, Virgida. 
it is ordered ttet te do 
appear here witbin Ten (10) 
days a#er doe pd^cation 
hereof ,^|Ml do wtet may te 
necessary to proted his to- 
terest In thto suit. 
A coiqr - Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTREffi: CLERK 
Cox C<n * Cox, Atty. 
1511 Atladto Av«oe 
Virgida Beach, Virginia 



suit. 

A ra^-Tede: JOHN V. 

FENTREffi: CLERK 

Broyles, HcKenry k Gor- 

ry, Attys. 

3Sa ttred A Pacific Ave. 

Viifinia Beach, Virginia 

23451 



VBS 
4t 



June 25, July 2,9,16 



VBS June 
16. d 



24, July 2, 9 



(»DER OF PUBUCATION 

to tte Clerk's Office of tbe 

Circuit Court of tbe City of 

Virgida Beach, on tte 19tb 

toy d Jne, 1975. 

Iteren Lasdter Lnch, 

Platotift. 

agalad 

ROtert Bnrtra Leach, 

Defeadad. 

The (4>Ject of this suit is 
to (Main a divorce a mensa 
et ttero from the said de- 
fendad, upon tte grounds d 
(tesertion. 

And an affitovit tev- 
ing been mato and filed ttet 
toe diligence has been used 
by or iB betelf d tte Com- 
{dainant to ascertato in 
wUch county or corporation 
Uie ddendad to, withod d- 
fed, tte lad knows post 
(difice addreu being: Rode 
2, Box 2650, Ld 7, Virgida 
Beach, Virgda tt is order- 
ed ttet te do qipear here 
withto ten (10) days after 
doe publication hei«of , and 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to tbe Clerk's (^ce of tbe 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, oa the 

17tb day d June. 1975. 

Cterles Kei^>th MunAy, 

Plaidiff, 

against 

Joan Posey Murphy, 

Defeodad. 

Tte .object d this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et ttero from tte 
defendad to te later mer- 
ged ido a decree d di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimomi 
at the pn^wr time from the 
said defendad, tq>on tte 
grounds d desertion. 
And an affidavtt tev- 
ing been mule and filed 
ttet tbe defendad is a non- 
resided d tte State d Vir- 
ginia, tte last known post 
office addreu teiag: 
809 Brunswick Roid, 
Battimore, Maryland 
it to ordered ttet ste do 
appear here wittito in (10) 
days after due pdiUcati(m 
hereof, and do wtet may te 
necessai7 to prded ter 
idered to this sdt. 
A copy-Tede: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Ctorke, Snider A Carter, 
Atty. 

5209 Virgida Beach Blvd. 
VirgiBto Beach„Virginto 



VBS June 25, Jdy 2, 9 
4t 



16 



ORDER 

VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VntGWU BEACH, ON THE 
I9th DAY OF June, 1975. 



do wtet may te Ifeeessaryi^^^ re: Adoption d Ed- 
to ^^fcto Lynn Tolson 



to fsded hto idered 
thto sdt. 
A conr - tede: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
McGeeto and Maxwdl 
4316 C Virgida Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. Virgida 
23452 



VBS June 
ifi 4t^ 



25, Jdy 2, 9 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
to Uie Cleric's Office of Uw 
Ciredt Court of tte City 
d Virgiato Bweh 00 Um 
20tt day d 'Jime, 1975. 
JWmr'm>to«te,'-#r:; '■■■•■■■^<> 
Plaidttf, 
agalad 

Lynte H. Sattie, 
Defendad. 

Tte (Aijed d thto sdt 
to to obtato an Order 
graating partition d tte 
proper^ described to tte 
atto(died BUI d Complaid, 
toiHB ttie sad ddndad. 
Aad an affidavtt tev- 
ing been made and filed ttet 
tte ddendad due diUgenee 
has ben osed by or to te- 
half d Uw Complaiaad to 
ascertato to wUch ooonty 
or corporation ttw defdi- 
dad is, Witt od effed, 
tte tod known pod aUitx 
address teing: 9i\ Pin^ 
Branch Road, Apartmed 
101, Virgida Bnch, Vir- 
gida tt to ordered ttmt ste 
do appear tere witUa ten 
(10) toys after doe pdili- 
cattoo tered, aad do wtet 
may te necessary to pro- 
ted her iatered to Uito 



By: Uartto George Joseph 
Kenedy and Carol Anae 
Treadwell Knnedy Pett - 
Uoners 

To: Romie Steve Tolson 
296 Sencda Road 
Falrborn, Georgto. 
30213 

to Chancery 
C-75-191 
TUs (by came Martto 
George Jose|A/Kentedy and 
Carol Anne Treadwell Kn- 
iwdy, Petttioners, and re- 
preseated ttet tte objed 
of this proceeding to t^d- 
fed tteadoptinaf'tteabe** 
named infuit, Edwin Ljm 
TolsoD, by Martto George 
Joseph Kennedy and Carol 
Anne Treadwell Kennedy 
husband and wife, and af- 
fi(tavlt teving bc«n made 
and filed ttiat Ronde Steve 
Tolsoo, a oataral pared d 
said child, is a non-resi- 
ded d tte Stote d Vir- 
gida, tte lad known pod 
office address teing: 296 
Senoto Road, Fairlram, Geo- 
gto 30213 tt is tterefore 
Ordered ttet the said Ron- 
de Steve Tolson i^ipear te- 
fore thto Court withto ten 
(10) (toys after pubUcation 
d ttito (tator and indcate 
hto/ter attitade toward tte 
proposed ad(^on, or otter- 
trtse do wtet to necesnry 
to iKded hto idered In 
tUs matter. 
A co|^ tede: 
Jote V. Fedress, Cleric 
Donmar, Pincus, Kdtbt 
1350 Virgida Nat'l Bnk 



Bl(%. 

Norfolk, Virgida 23510 

VBS June 25, Jdy 2, 9, 
16, « 



ostmxi 

VKGINU: Of THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON THE 
18 TH TH DAYOF JUNE, 1975 
te re: Ad^ton dSteunFU- 
spatrick Young 
By: Jose (NMN) Vidlmilto 
Petitioners 

To: Lawrem^ C. Yong 
Bidddord, Hatoe 040(» 
to Chancery 
#C-75-878 
Thto day came Jose (NMN) 
VttitimUla and, Pdititmers, 
and r^resented ttet tte ob- 
ject of tills procee(Ung is 
to dfed Uie ad^tlm d 
tte atove named iitod, 
Steun Fifqatrick Y(mng, by 
Jose (NMN) VidimUto and 
PbyUis EUiel Goteil Vto- 
timilla, husband and wife, 
and affidavit teving been 
made and filed ttet Law- 
rence C. Young, a ntaral 
pardit of said cUldfrn), 
is a ncm-resided of toe 
Stote of Virgiato, tte lad 
known pod nmxst address 
beii«: Bidddord, Maine 
04005 tt to ttiereforeOnter- 
ed thd tte said Lawmce 
C. Young appear bdore ttto 
Coort withto tra (10) days 
after publication d ttis Or- 
der aad indicate Us atti- 
tude toward tte proposed 
adc^ion, or otterwise do 
wtet is necesnry to pro- 
ted hto idered totUs mat- 
ter. 

A (xvf tede: Jote V. Fn- 
tress. Clerk 
Jose VtoUmUto 
4934 Sword Road 
Va. Bnch, Va. 23455 

VBS Jaw 25, Jdy 2, 9, 
16, « 

mOER 
VIRGINIA: INTHE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON THE 
18th DAY OF June, 1975. 
In re: Adopti(m of Detorah 
Lyu Siperko, 

Karen Denise Sperko and 
airley Ann Siperko 
^: William RaswU Jate» 
aad Elizabett An Jonu 
Pet^oners 



MAHLER A CAVE 
2224 North Gred HedcBi»d 
Virgtoto Bnch, Viifida 
23451 

VK Jmw 25, Jdy 2. 9, 
16 4t 



(»DER 
VniGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON THE 
17th DAY OF June, 1975. 
to re; Adoption of Rhoada 
Ann Gttill 

By: Theresa Ann Bald(»aito 
and Jake Seanz foldonado, 
Pditlotters 
To: Roiteey Lee Guill 
Galvedon, Texas 

In Chancery 

$C-75-767 
TUs day came Tberen 
Ann Baldondo and Jake 
Seanz Bald(»ado, Petftioa- 
ers, and r^mnted ttet 
tte dijed of tUs I8t)ceed- 
ing to to etfed tte adOfi- 
titm d tte above nantod 
infant, Rhonda Abb Gdll. 
by Iteren An Baldonto 
and Jate Seans Bahkmado, 
husband aad wife, and af- 
fidavit teving been made 
. and fUed thd Rodney Lee 
Gdll, a ndural pared d 
said child, la a noa-red- 
ded d Uw Stote d Vir- 
gida, tte lad known pod 
office addreu teing: Gal- 
vedon, Texu. R is there- 
fore Ordered ttet tte said 
Ro(toey Lee Gdll ^qiear 
before thto Court withto tn 
(10) toys after pddicdion 
of tUs Order and indicate 
hto/ attitude toward tte pro- 
posed adoptin, orottwr- 
wise do whd to necnnry 
to ^ded hto idered to 
thto matter. 

A caffi Tede: Jote V. 
Fedreu. Clerk 
James H. Foreman, Atty. 
1600 E. Ltttte Credc Rd. 
Norfolk, Virgtoto 

VBS Jane 25, July 2, 9, 
16, d 



(ffiDER OF PUBUCATK}N 

to tte Clerk's C^ce d tte 

Juvenile and Domedic Re- 

totions Court d tbe City 

d Virgida Bnch, on tte 

16tt day d Juw, 1975. 

COMMONWEALTH OF' 

VIRGDnA 

to re H(dly Bray 

Tte objed d ttto pro- 

To: Carl Kemiett Siperko/, eeeding to to separate tte. 

«t36 - 40tt Stred 1 dMve nmed idad, child 

San Diego, Callforato d Stepten R. Lade, per- 

ta Chancery raanedly from tto pared, 

C-75-849 pareds, or guariHn and 

Thto day came WOUam 



) 




Russell J(»e8 aad Eltoabett 
An Jonn, Pettttoners, and 

repmeoted ttd ^ (*li9d 
oi uria {> ' " 
lii^ tte 

atove named intod, Ddwr 
ah Lyn Siperko, KamDn- 
ise Siperko aad Sdrl^ Aw 
Siperko, by WUliam RaanU 
Jones and allMavtt teving 
lieen made and filed ttet 
Carl Kennett S^wtto, a u- 
tural pared d nbi cUU 
(ren), to a noa-mided of 
tte Stote of Virginto, Uw 
lad known pod office add- 
ress teing: «38 - 40tt 
Stred, ton Diego, Calilbrnto 
It to tterefore Ortovd ttet 
tte add Cari Knaett Sp- 
eito appear bdore thto 
Court wittito tn (10) toys 
after publicatioo d this Or- 
der and ttaUnte hto atti- 
tude toward tte i»roposed 
adc^ititm, or otterwise to 
wtet to necessary to pro- 
ted hto idered totUs flut- 
ter. 

C opey tede: Jota V. Fn- 
treu. Clerk 
George H. MaUer 



to commtt said idad to 

tte care aad custody d 

tte Vlri^ Bndi De- 

partflwd jd Sodal tor- 



tte tatod'a «iivtiaa. 

Aad aa affiitovit tedag 
ben m«te and filed thd 
Sqibn R. Lusk to a pro- 
per party to thto {ooce- 
eding; bd dn dil^ence 
has ben used to ascer- 
tato to dtot coofty or 
corpontin te to, wlttod 
effed. tt to (ADERED ttmt 
Stqihea R. Li^ do nvear 
tere withto 10 tojn aft«- 
dae poUlcdke tered, and 
do wtet may te necesnry 
to prded Us idered to 
ttdssntt. 

A Can Tede: GERAUi 
F. WILLIAMS, CLERK 
Kathy 8. Brdhers Depoty 
Clerk 

Mary Jaae Wood 
Dept- of .Social Servi(»s 
Va. Bnch, Va., 
Petttiooer 

VBS Juw 25, Jdy 2'9.ie 
4t 



PUBLIC NOTICE 



Notice to hereto glvn tint ttw City CouncUof tte City 
d ViigiBto Bndi, Virgida, wUl teld a public hnring at 
2:00 p.m., oa Monday, Jdy 21, 1975. to tte City CouncU 
Ctemters, Attoiintotratkw BdUtog. Mnddpal Ceder, 
Princess Aane SatiM. Virgttto Bnch, Virginto 23456, 
for tte purpose d tearing pn^osals for tte expenditare 
of Revorae Oariag Fads and to submit to tte public 
ttw ttem beii« prop(»ed for ttw expenditure d Rev- 
«w Steri^ Funds iqr tte Ctty d Virginia Beach tbr 
Uw sidb ^Itlemnt period, beglnnii« July 1, 1975 
aad ndtog June 30, 1976. Persons wishing to ai»iear 

GENERAL REVENUE SHARING 



before City ConcU n tUs amtter should register by 
telepta(me (427-4304) or Idter witt tte City Clerk, Ad- 
middrati(m Bdldiog, Room 310, Uimicipal Center, 
Virgida Bnch, Virgida 23458, nt toter thu 5 p.m., 
n W^nesday, Jdy 16, 1975. Persons may also regto- 
ter at the City Clerk's desk to tte Council Chamters 
prior to tte meetii^. 
Ricterd J. Webbon 
City Clerk 



VBS Jdy 9,16 2t 

PLANNED 



USE REPORT 



Genaral Ra«wnua Sharing prcnrida* iodsral hinb directly to local and state gowrnments. This report ot your government's ptan is published 
to eneourao citizen participation in dM«minins your government's decision on how the money wMI te spem. N<»: Any compjaiwls d 
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City Clerk, Km 310 tfanicipal Ctmplex, Va. B eachjiVa 

m MSUNANCK aW» lo inMuctlon H I immm «• 9KiM«y irf «w TrMMMV ^ 

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422-1608, for iafcrnatioB. 
S-7-2. 

REDUCE SAFE - and last 
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ART, MOLDING, ANDHY- 
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work. 627-2396. White- 
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HAVE a demostration Party 
of our tremeodoys line of 
Home Products Ibr ymir 
frieids & oeigttors. You 
receive a beantiAiI gift or 
mon^y for your Ume. 484' 
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FOUND-Keys on ring with 
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LOST - Dachshund, medium 
size, brown, female. Shou- 
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RAMBLER Wagon. 1971. 
very good conditiMi, cImo, 
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755J. 

1966 Merpurv - power bra- 
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power steerini Clean, 
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19(7 DODGE COAMiER- 
ortn good coaMiM, tow 
MlMge, e««de antoma- 
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Special Notices „ 2 

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Aircraft tor Sale, Parts 10 

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Utility Trailers 12 



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Waoted To Bigr Bosiness.. 

Stocks k Boads 

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Music-Dance-Dramatics go. 

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Horses-Cattle etc 24 

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(^rage Rummage 28 

Wairted To Buy 29 

Mosteal Merchandise 30 

Cektt and Stamps 31 

Jewelry L Watches 32 

Good Things To Eat 33 

Firewood 34 

Lawn and Garden 55 

Farm Equipment 3( 

Machinery - Tools 37 

Business Eqaipmeot j| 

TV Radio J9 

Mt^LE HOMES 

Mobile Homes for Sale ^ 

Mi^e Homes for Rent 41 

Mobile Home Sites 42 

REAL ESTATE FCHt ftSWI 

Rooms-B(»rd 43 

Resorts-Hotels 44 

Apartments for RMt 45 

touses Furnished 4( 

Botses Unfurnished 47 

Fsms and Land for Rent 48 

0«»-<M-TowB for Rent ^ 

Wasted To Rent 50 

Office-Desk Space tor ReA s) 

Industrial for Reitf %% 

For Rent or Sale 53 

BEAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

Business Property tor Sale S$ 

Farms-Laad-Tinber 56 

For Sale Norfolk 57 

For Sale Va. Beach s« 

For sue Ctesaiieake 59 

For Sale Portsmooth 60 

Resort Pn^rty tor &le S] 

(W-Of-Town lor Sale 62 

Lots for Sale 63 

Wanted RmI EsUte 64 

For Sale 65 

SEBVICES~bFFEBED 

Hone Services ijq 



We Have Replacement Parte 
f , ^*J'f}**«a9op8 imports 

OOVERAQK AVAILABLE R3R THE 

• Engine . Transmissien 

• Electrical ^rstcm N . Differential and Rear Axli 

• Fuel SyMams * Bralies 

• Exhaust Hwlingli Cooling Systems • FnmtAaleandStMring 

• Clmch 



BATTLEFIELD 
AUTO PARTS 

112BattiefieidBlvd. 

GreatBric^ 



547-2128 



ALEXANDER 
CORNER MOTORS 



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PORTSaOOTN, IA. 4IMSi2 

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around aM «A tor 3 tfolian 9M 



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CIRffiR MOTORS 

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CALL MR. THOMAS 

FOR WWEDIATE CREDIT 
CHECK AND APPROVAL 

488.7il6 SHKB 



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HELP MaM. Smli Co*- 
BO iafMtaNi, ai-lMO or 

vn-mm. 

,s-i-». 

; oTFwr nwraK - if 

drei^ artiM flMteot- 
oBleal dfl^ «^, dMA 
»itt ftwrty PiMieMtou, 
UWMT Sften kklUi- 
«■!«'. OMipoMoa ttr- 
flecs. CaU G«M W«»r 
dnrf - S4n-«n » Mor- 
rlt My «1-S^B tor no 
oU^Um fpnMlOB. 



ezrAMKNI OF STAFF 

eimlm s^mm tK 

atoao. Ita9 ' 
n4ia«»oilaMi 

5«-«M iUkterllr.«f, 



is-lt^W|iM*« 



tS-ArttelM tor SUt 



•17S UrSKLY 
(MMMNTEED 



Ho M an HWM McesMr;, 
<rill iqrit M or mar. Bas- 
laata Vn'* llaan«e A 



MOnMEQAT 
ONCE 
2MEN 
1 WOMAN 

"hi eu reeaaUy craate 
positiou. For Ml la- 
iornatiOB. Call 

461-1198 



R^mn < SmAer Cltt- 
nu - Wc aaeil ^ar kelp. 
FaU M- part tiBC. Ftei- 
-rida ta&n, 904 oay, frtait 
liwtaftti. «Wr1ttl or «4- 

&AAH OTYBITOY - Eara 
91,«W. kataaw ao« aat 
OuMaua. p^ liaM. Ml- 

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ATIH: Honcnakars - 
FriMMUjr Tot Parttaa U «- 
paaMi| UMlkattif fornafl- 
«^ to |ow ana - Part? 
Iw eB«rtHee ar^erraa. 
cm ^Sct to dural Day- 
fll-M-^1 or »rtta 
FrtaOy Itoaia IhrttM, » 
HaUroad Ave. AUiaqr. NT. 
USH. 



10 WOMEN 

AND 

MEN WANTS) 

Local esaeara aov Urtaf 
tor fooi paylBi Joiia, jin 
cooipa^r aaaeflU. No ei- 
pertaKO aecessary For 
appcriataMt Call 



461-1 106 



htk Srove 
A MARKEtl 



l^ft nuaii 
*^ W-IM 



Hf-llW 

IMI 



SUNDAYS tOA.M. ■ 1PM. 



UtOak&oaal 

t, Va. »SM 



ATKATn.MB 
Ooat last INfaaai Ataat 
nAVIL, 00 inii 
Ullad Silaa Aaaoe. lac. 
caa plaea ianattataij (10) 
taa ate or ma. Ovar 11, 
alaiM, daaa loakiai aad 
aaMUoaa. Ma oar eoad 
lalM laaa travdtog Iraa 
Va. Baadi to ^Sl. aad 
ratara. 116 aipart«« a^ 
eaaaarjr. Oa Job tralaiaf 
provUad attk aModated 
aipaaaaa. Good Jab, lood 
pajr, fooi! b iia flU . Call 
Mr. Wanwr, 4II-1432 ait. 
II, opportaalty to all. . 



TEBI-iUSES - aaadMI to 
babbit. Mr boaM, daya, 
lor Wjr. lO-jraar-irid, Rortt 
Viriiaia Baacb. CaU 4n- 



14-NalHawi Wiirtar 

RQJAU.I antriaacala^ 
teirea Ml cum or pan 
ilBw hooaalwapar m bdqr- 
atttof to Oei^Iaad araa. 
EieaUaal rrferaaeaa. CaU 
$<7-MSt. 



noHCAL Abonaapla^ 
- AawrtoMMrt of Plutara, 
bai«iai baAato. A (tit te 
>our ''feaaoaa." Can* la. 
aad brovaa! OU Grove 
Flea Uaifcet. 

COHS, ntottaras, dolla - 
^edat orders for taby 
IMI elolbM. See ttwa at 
bootb n, Oak Grove. Flea 
Market. SonetMai tor aU! 



ll-l 



OppartBlty 



CA8MER 
RECEPTI0M8T 

1140 Weak laaraatead aa- 
larjt. Ro ei^arlaBceaacea- 
sary. 

857-5018 



NEW JOBS: 
WAITRESS- 
HOSTESS 
EXI 



«U1 trato to aa« poslUoa, 
$610 noatb garaatee. 
Maft be aUe to itart work 
InaiedUtly. TUa i* act 
reetaaraat work. OUl 

461-1108 



EARN 
EXTRA MONEY 

,SeUia( Subscrtotioos oe 
I yoor on time Bi^ Coa- 
■iaatoa MOST be fri«id- 
r ly aad A^eadaide aadoot 
Call for awoiat 



AREA 
DiSTRBIITORS 

M tine (Aerial 
Fall M" part tlnia 
Tear - roaid bastoaaa- 
Haal for bmb vt aomn. 
Wa astaHisb jmar ac - 
ooaita, jfOB repiaca mar- 
fbaadltft lavaatoaial re* 
, qairad. »,3IS.0O to 
|10,XIO.OO. Pbow Mr. 
lidiaittoorilad 314 MI- 
MOO iH- Wrtta iadadiac 
phoM aaaiber to P.O. B«a 
t»S5 St. Unto, Mia- 
aoart. Hilt. 



RED A niFE? Cbmid- 
awwatiTa, Odiacton Bi- 
eaat. B«tta|, KitcbM, 
Pockal Kalwaa. 8aa ibaai 
Beolb ft, QAKGBOVE 
FLEA MAttET. 110 Oak 
(bvf* M. (aSBittlafleld 
U«A ReasoaabljF priced, 
■aak - Tka Katfe Maa. 

m-TMi. 

VICTMllAN LOVE SEAT- 
UpbolMered la graaa vel- 
vet - $315., ThomasviUe 
single bed aad mattress 
$50. Call 4SZ-1S62. 



IS-Arttelca for Sale 

^NEY'S a HlUtcv Nortb, 
l«n Laskia Rd. ka aifiee- 

ial I9< coivaB oa the b^ 
AU Americaa Bartir tatlto 
week's WUd|aKaier aad 
ViriiBia Beach Sn. Hill - 
top Nortb ooly ud wttbcoa- 

POB. 

SMMHOfG pod whole - 
Mler - Must diapoie itf 
1974 pools in (toek, sac- 
rifice |H-ice fordetverate- 
ly seeded ^warebouse 
qiace, brand new swim- 
ming pools Includes, deck, 
tece, filter, and war- 
reatljr. 31 i 16 over all. 
$IM. iaatalled. Call ware- 
house collect dajra or ev- 
eaiag, ask for R«), 804- 
499-M59. 

M- AaUimca 



LABGE selection;- or 
■Btiaaea, specuUalBg U* 
brass bMS, vietonaa (&a, 
pine furniture, antiipie 
dolls. We buy A sell. 

APHlAiSALS 

,MeltoB AMqnes 
4^1 Indian River M. 
420-1911 420-5111 



IS-iJiwa aad <Hrdi9 



TOP SOIL - BLACK FER- 
tdi tKm Graanbrler. Sand 
aM Ftll 01ft. Lot clear- 
lag and grading PbMe 511- 
9071 or 587-0234, 



My 9, l#n 

mm 



49 



Oirt*Of-Tewn to Rwrt IL-Raaort Hapartf tor Wa lomaSar^MM 



LANDSCAPING 

Gr^i«, Seadtag, ftiUdos 
er, Baekhoework.TreaSer- 
vlce incliMilng removali 

HYBBID BERMUDA LAWNS 
399-^91 



GRAKDY N.C - (WATER 
View Iteres) Om M)ck 
flff CyrrltBCkSwnd. glcd- 
iWm mobile home for 
rent. Nicely furnished. La- 
rge (>at-<n w*-**!! dim- 
mer raoaths - S175 
per month or year laaae 
fm per moDtb. Call 424- 
4501 eg 482-1445 



ocEAHFaom 
omnMi.iM 

Kill Devil Valaride lot 
with three bedroom cot- 
tage. L-sbaped screened 
pM«b. Newly refuraishad 
wall naaicHred aad TLC. 
Call421-39S0,after.4|Hi. 



PAornNG - nn^iiw 

aai ExtMior, teUor 
laiip jots. FREE Esn- 
HAnS. i. C. Itoedy « 
Sobs. 622-1211 



SANIWIG A REFmSmilG 
Hardwood Floors 20 ¥ra. 
eiperinee, fraeaaM 
420-M14 alter 6 p.m. 



p 



M-rer lria Va. Baa«b. 



IS-Oat'«-TowB for Sale 



> * 28-Garage Rnrnma^ 

OARAGE ale - July Utb, 
I2tb, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Cor- 
ner of High St. west A Shir- 
ley Rd., Churchland. Some- 
thlag for everyoae - grMt 
biqrs. 



■ifa 



Beat. 



▼irglBto Beach Saa 



pallvH- the Cbarehlaad Pictorial to yonr owa araa. 
Some of oar carriers are ean^ fl- to |I0. a weak 
for dclivartag the Pictorial oaly one day a weak- 
Waitoeaday afleraooo. 
SEE APPUCATKMI (M PAGE 2 



It-Lanikatraettoa Ctaasaa 

OiSTROCnCni CLASSES 
Narsea Aides - Orderlies- 
Oak Hill Medical Tratnii« 
School. Great Bridge. 547- 
5156. 



'SO-Haaic-Daaee-Dramatiea 



nCYCLE - Lady's 5 qieed 
DaraiUeer, tonriog saddle 
haadMara, twist gripgaar- 
AUI, Excellent «»ditioB, 
can 486-3153 alter 5 p.m. 

CANON 35 mm cameia- 
FTB with 1.2 35mm, 100- 
200 mm, 5.6 lenses, com- 
lete set tUters. |550. CaU 
Ken Berry, 547-4511. 



WALL TO WALL CARPET 

wocm azE rvgs 

CUSTOM mSTALLATIMI 
PIKlifE 9S4-0in 

carpettoWn 

Aeroastioai 
SatlattfhHi 



PIANO TUNING and repair, 
free-esUmatea, oM plaao a 
q)eciaUty. CaU 4M-5916. 
S-5-2I. 

ll-Prlmto tostradtoa 




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DISTRIBUTOR 
WANTED 



!lMltoJ%!KyMW^IlNSP 

iviiitsi iMMrtb npiRfciii i|mimM* 
CAU Mr.DaviB(TsH trm) 1-l0044l-mO 
or Cdiict M14-3SI-17S1 

IM M. >d ».. Cilswia^ <Hi «a». 



PRIVATE ptaaolaaaMMtor 
bagtoaera to 12 yra ot'Oga. 
Oardilaad araa. Uae d 
ptaao tor practice. CaU 
414-9322 ifteraooa. 

Satxacm gradoato 



lw8aBt..i>ri- 
vtfa ptoao w oifmilaaMBs, 
bUlBiiari ton advaacad 
atadaato. Ctovthlaad. Waa- 
tara breach araa. 414-cas. 



CLOSE-OUT 
FEODERSAiRCOND 

3/ 6O0O BTU f 149.95 
2/ 1000 BTU $119.95 
1/ 12,500 $249.95 
1/ 15,000 pt».K 

GAS GRILL 

Special - $749 



WHITLEY'S 

GAS SERVICE 

1509 aMeOeld Blvd. S. 
Oeaape^^Va 4Xl-ltM 



YARD SALE 

FriASat, 

July 18th a 10th. 

EvwytMng from 
toys to f umitur*. 

(Thalia VHIaga) 

105SouthFfcAva, 

t Block from 
Thalia Rd. 



40-MeWa Bamas Km- &to 



GRANDY N.C. Nice Lot 
and 2 Bdrm. M^ile Home 
one block from Currituck 
Sound. Swimming Pool A 
Recreation rights. Good fi- 
shing A bttntii«. Terms. 
Call 482-1445 for infor- 
mation. 



43-Rooms-Board 

ROOMS For rent, Ocaaa- 
front rooms, for 2, waAly, 
$27.50 per persoa, Avalon 
Hotel, Virgtaia Beach, Va. 
CaU 42l-$«l. 



4S-ApartoieBU tor Rent 

2 A 3 BEDROOM APT8 - 
George Washington Hwy. A 
GUmerton Rd. Close to 
school A all Bases. Hmm 
487-9220 



PEMBROKE Manor - By 
owner. Water front, Lyaa- 
havea Inlet Brick 5 Bdrm 
5 1/4% assamable. Naval 
offlCM- withwxtors. $57,000. 
CaU 4I&-1442. 



S9-For Sato Cheaapaaka . 

CBBMnAn-wcffrmi 

Branch. 3 bedroom brick 
r^^, 2 bathrooms, 2 car 
garage. Central air-coedi- 
tiodag. $45,000. W4-1I50. 

61 -Resort Property for Sale 

(HtANDY N.C. Nice Lot 
aad 2 Bdrm MobUe Home 
one block from Currituck 
Soond. Swimming Pool A 
Recrcatiaa rights. Good fi- 
shiag A haaUng. Terms. 
CaU 412-1445 for infor- 
matiop 



UOYOCK, N. C. Apiarax. 
i' acre with 2 Bdrm. home. 
1 Ule bath. Tool Sied, 
Trees. $20,000. Tenas or 
finance ynirseU. CaU4i2- 
1445, nights 424-4507. 



HomaServtoea 



PAormG - 

ratea oa amaUer |oba by 
eqterieaced paialers dnr- 
iag aammcr meatts. Che- 
sapeake Science teacher. 
Free estimates, 417-7571 



HOUSE painting and home 
repairs, aU work guarut- 
eed, free estimate, eaU i 
Bobby. Todd, 857-6960 or 
Fred Richardson, 484-9461. 



NOW LEASING FOR S^. 
191S Uini May 1976, 1 or 
2 bedrooms furnished ef- 
ficiencies. Ocean Lake Mo- 
* tel at 1th St., Va. Beach. ' 
804-428-1841. 



31-Coiaa aad Stamps 

RARE COINS - formerly 
Norview Coin; NorfoU's 
most complete, buy, sell,'^ 
trade, bayii% sUver coins,' 
42 Southern Sioppiog Cen- 
to', Norfott. 853-8118. 
S-3-I2 

33-Good Thtogs To Eat 

QUAIL - dreaaed, caU 484- 
2^4. ^Dod ttiaca to eat). 




FURNITURE 

CREDIT 

QUICK DEUVERY 

A little 00 Uie Rough Side? 
Never had Credit before? 
Are yon new to the area? 
Newlyweds? Come on in. 
We can handle yoaraccouat 
in most cases. We like to 
help yonag couples and ser- 
vicemen get started. Why 
pay more than the man who 
has cash - the chief has 
just one price for all. 

CASH or CREDIT 
QUICK DEUVERY 



See Sandy Bolin, owner, 
retired Chief. USN 

FURNITURE SHOWROOMS 

828 E. LitUe Creek Rd. 

583-5905 

29I1S. MUttuyBgwy. 

481-2501 



LOANS 

FCMAMT 
WORTHWHILE PURPOSE 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 
County 

Finance Co. 

LOCALLY OWNED 
AND OPERATED 

482-3381 

342 BATTLEFIELD BLVD 
WILSCW SHOPPING CFirrip 



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JORDAirS 
MOVB» 

24 hour 
delverx 



nil Faraace Rd. 
l«-iai Cbsa. 



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Ricardo 

Realtors he. 

We have toe great- 
eat selection of 
Homes, Farms, A 
OMBmerieal Real - 
eatate. 

VISIT 

Our New Office 

AT 



SSI MnatownRd. 
to hMrtaf Great Bridge. 



R 
R 



547-4555 



n-Oogs.Cato, Ete. 




DISTRICT MANAGER 



If you have 15-» hours fro* oadt 
«M«k ani wijoy workinf with young 
pooplo. tiit could bo Hi* r't^ Job 
for you. Rot|>omibilitios JNchitfo: 
Dittr^utton of mim^^f andtup- 
orvioion of ap^tniiMtely ISyeung- 
•tor*. Tho right applicant should 
hw a car. ba socially inelinad and 
peiaoaa a fpaod knowlad^ of At 
Baacb Mva. A good atartinf salary 
and trwnlng progrum ara irfforad. 
Call Mr. BrtNNi at 4W-3430 for 
appeinlnMnt aad intorviow. 



SHIH TRO pamt, 
bkek aad whtte aad 
hoMttM, aflaeUntfe pal, 
4 BuaOs old. reaaoMbie 
teraa, for tatoranttoncatt 
IM-tNI. 



mmim 



SEE OUR LEADS 

HlGHUGRTS rm CHILD- 
RBI, the award-winning 
ehUdrea's nagaaine 
aeada a hU imt part-tiaie 
repreaeattfm Mil carta' 
the VtrgiBto BmA area. 
QMllBadteada teUAsd. 
Sdl renewal i^dmers 
aad aew proapecto who 
wrtte reqauttog order ta- 
fonaiMa. Eaii Irani ^60 
to $1,24S pet matt to 
cMBBlaatoBB ad bonas, 
fiiu iasaraace and vaca- 
tion program. TUa cnor- 
taUtty eedd Uad to aa 
area amaageraUp. Wrtte 
C. F Bntf, D4it. I^, 
HlGBLlGHn F(XtCHIU>- 
Ral. SSODWestFlfihAve. 
artaaBbBS, OUo 43211. ta- 
elnde persoaat dat« aad 




Goodian-kgar-Hogan 



CHOICE oma SKfcnoN 

CHEAT BHOGC-raSTSMOUTH 

ANOOTiffRS 
PlOnf VUDfO W lACM lOCAfHM 

• Two Week'i f ormol • Unlimited Eormngi 



Trommg School 

* SonvtHon 

* Gioup Imwronc* 



Tnd 



a Opportufhftts f or 

Adv0nC9flMH)f 
• NufMfOUi Ottl6f 

bcftvfifi 



oiiiM:4n.}iii. 






5% TAX CREDIT 

HOLLY COVE 
OPEN HOUSE 

Sunday 2KK) - 5:30PM 
7 3/4% VA FMANCMG 

(BaOdM- wlU pay doatot «•■() 



New townhoesea on Soop Trail by Hecht Coaatrae- 
tion. 3 bedrooau, 2 ')/2 hatha, den, Aatag room, 
waU to wan carpet, central air condltiontog. ISS.SSO 
to 121,650. 



DePfilEST 
WALLACE ''•■'♦y 484.2030 

RayWalaea 484-1117 




NEW and BEAUTIFUL Praatlge CoaMm^y to Chaaa- 
pcake otfertog WMIE SITES For Balldtog aad Clffi- 
TMI WMfS For Sato. 



Oa^ * 
Great Bi«fee( 

Vtolt m» New Etopat DevetoMwat. See the Ftoe 
HoaaM Mo* ttadw CaHtraelton^ ladivldBal Caatoa 
Bailders or The Uwdy Sttea tor the Home Ton 
ArePlaantag. 

dty Water and Sewer SOME WOtWED MEW ERTRAM- 
CE Georgetowa Blvd. At MURary Hi|hwaj Fw to - 
fenattonCaU 



Now Section of Lola 
Now Opan 



CALL 464-9317 



1 



Pfmcake 
Shoppe 

1607 AttantlcAva. 
Va.Baach 

ALL VMETCS 
OF PANCAKES — 

Waffles 
Omelets 

Guaranteed 

to be the best. 

Free 

Pmlft^ln 

the BeAr 

428-9S14 



Seafood 
Shoppe 

1511 Atlantic Ava. 
Va.Baach 

AaYOUCANEAT„» 



Scr^dwlft 
CotoStow, 
French FrlM, 
AiahPap^M 



Flounder 

Trout 

Clams 

Oysters 

St Shrimp 

Fr. Shrimp 

Steak 

LOCAL FRESH FtSH - 
CmbmUndvl2 



Taka Out Or<lare«. 
428-9614 



TheRealtDr- 
avoice 
ptx)perty owners. 




Buying?: . . Selling? . . * Renting? 

SEE THESE LEADING AREA REALTORS FRSTI 
KNOW THAT YOUR INVESTMENT IS SECURE! 



—I 



t«ybr Bros. 
Raolty 

Sl04.Tyr*N«d(ld. 

lii f loBy Woods 
Fof«*fHii 
CMlo-Grova 

iBOdprwood 

484.4542. 




1800 Speedy Ave. 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320 

TOR iiUICS fi^iLTS 

CALL 
424-3720 




Port$moMi'» 

iai^aftt 

Salaa (kganlzatlwi 

4805 
Portsmouth 



taSIE «BTFn»JD«4-S«S3 

cuAiaciaiai ^K-WM 
TrancTE aovflu,««-«404 

fimblSOOm 4l»-59« 
■raWBTFI^ 4S4-54SS 
KMRIE HOWELL M4-0404 



HOME 

SERVICES 




f^NSItVaiON 
lOUVMBiTMNTAl _ 

543-5gLa*w^ .^ ^^ 

VV^ •Oom •Oiiii.^ •' 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 



BaUdera 



I^roNmcnU 
CantneU»a 
(toragea<riiders 



TfK Realtors above are professionals in real estate who sdS$cribe to a 
strict code of ethics as members of local and state boarck and of the 
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For Beach principal 



25 years in education 



"Understanding children is the one single important 
thing about teaching," says William T. Bright, the 
principal of Bettie F. Williaffls ElefflMtary Sciraol 
io Virginia Be^eh, who has beea in edu»tianfor 25 
years, the last 4 years at Williams Elementary. 

Twenty- five years passed so fast, I didn't think 
about it," he said. 

His wife, Jennie, loolted l»ck over those years and 
reflected about her husbaml, "I'm prond he's in ed- 
ueatimr. Be's dbii^ something he wants to do." 

Bright became interested in teaching thnx^h his 
Ugh school football coach who let him assist him when 
Bright was a senior. Bright went on to get a degree in 
Physical EdiKatMO from East Carolina University. 
'Peaching in MorHi Carolina 18 years. Bright came to 
Virginia Beach ft years ago to teacbat Kemps Landing 
Eleraeotary School. Transfering to Williams Elemra- 
tary, be became Assistant principal. Now principal (rf 
-the school, he rtjoys his work with the 6tb and 7th 
gra4e classes. 

Hmr does one overcome the onmimnis image stu- 
dents may have at their principal? 

"I like them to tUnk I'm fair. I don't condone mis- 
behavior. I try to reason vitt them and show them 
they're wrong." 

Bri^t believes the school system can be a good 
source of guidence to students. "I've tried to build 
a good staff here. Parents sometimes don't have 
time for their chiljlren. Sixth and 7th graders are 
in a state of transition from childhood to adirits. I 



try to aKtreciate the problons they may have. Rea- 
son ballad b^vior j^roidems are as varied a£ 
children. In class, one has a Mlt-in awUrace to 
show off to. They can <k> sone ridiculous thiags 
sometimes to get attention, tlie teaciier bandies 
such problems until they step progress, then the 
child is sent to the cotnselor or myself. '" 

"k solotiott to a child's iHxAleai can jmsIi back 
aU the Mlnres a teacher nay tUnk be has te^. The 
ones that a|)|H-eeiate yon the nost ar« Oe cms with 
the bifsest problems." 

When Bright is not atKhool, he and his wife woit 
IB their pirden. They raise ve^bles and grow ai- 
aleas ar^^ their tome on Goodrtew Drive Ui Vir- 
ginia Beadi. The BrigMs have S chUdreo. Villian 
Bright Jr., 19, is in military service in Tens. Rpo- 
nie, Lemue, Diana and IMwcca are married and live 
away from home. SomeUam BrigM goes bird halt- 
ing car Hsblng with Us dos^ friend Jim Ross who 
taught with him at Kemps Landtflf. 

"He's the best friend I've ever had. said Ross. 
He was a pleanre to work with. We taught taiia 
and iriiysical educatioD together. He was a concerned 
teacher, willing to work and homorovs at tirae." 

BrlgU looked at a small idaqae given to him by 
friOKls and the biculty <a WilUams Elementary. 

"I like to see pei^le grow. I like working with 
chil<ta«n, teachers and imrents. Hie awards came 
with working with peopte. Ton meet many intwest- 
ing people d(^ what I do." 




William Bri^t, iwincipal of Bettie F. 
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that may face him. Bright relied, "I 
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'Jaws': Film sinks teetii into Beacti 



By MARC SIKH^IISKY 
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The film 'Jaws' is becomiac m awesome 
and ferodOBS as tke moosterous crature it 
is Hmed for. People in Virfinia Beach iiaveo't 
stifped chattiae about it since tbe movie 
bepa its local na three weeks ago- 

Soon after tbe movie m»!e its Tidewater 
premiere cm July 6, a school of porpoises 
was jotted about 25 jards from tbe beacb 
at UOk street.Withia secmte to water was 
empty aad a Use irf peo|rie stood aloac tte 
shore. Oiie saM, "I'm not pOof is tbe mter. 
Mot since I saw that movie." 

R Mcmed that "Jaws' was oo every swim- 
mer's mind that aflemooa. And no wonder. 

■Jaws' iAt o« tts way to bretliiBK every 



movie attendance record in history. Accord- 
ing to Madon Ware, area manager for ABC 
Uieatres, 59,000 p^ie have seen the movie 
playiac at tbe PembnAe One In the Pem- 
bn4» Mall. Tbe largest previous attendence 
was 40,000 for "Tbe Enrcisf, and that was 
for the UAil nm. 

So far, "Jaws" has M>ld out every show. 
Ware said that pec^le were gettii% tieicets 
two hours before showtime. 

Tbe all-time iwx-<tf ice attendance holifer 
is "Tbe Godfather'. Ware suspects that 
"Jaws' will Iffeal^ that re<x>rd in three months. 
"This is a sq>er movie,' Ware said. "It 
may be five years l>^re another.' 

One yomv man has seen the movie 17 
times already, according to Ware. "He's 
be«i here every (hy." 



One question is: Can a 24 -foot great white 
shark terrorize Virginia Beach? 

According to Dr. Dick BadiBS of Woods 
Hole Oceanograi^iic Institution in Massa- 
chusetts, where the idea for one <rf ttie ma^ 
characters in "Jaws" avp^edly came from, 
it is possible. 

"The thing to ^ress is tbe rarity of 
swA an acc^iM," Backus emphasized. 

He eqdained that tbere are many species 
of fish ibhabiting coastal waters. If a shark 
is after a school of ooe species or another, 
be wUl follow it to shore. "A shark will 
go anywhere Oat's pit enough bwqrancy to 
ke^ it afloat,' Dr. Biickus said. 

In fact, an incident very similar to "Jaws' 
fictioalized tale actually occurred in 1916, 
aU t^ New Jersey shore, according to Bac- 



Ims. Four people were killed, all by one great 
wliite shark which was eventually cai^bt. 

However, peofrie siKwld be more afraid 
of getting into an autom<AUe than swimming 
in tbe ocean; Backus said. 

The last time a shark attacked a swim- 
mer in Virginia Beach was Aug. 16, 1973, 
when a 17-year-old boy was bitten on the 
arm by a blacktip shark. 

Other than that, no more than one or two 
shark attacks have been reported in Vir- 
ginia Beadi's modem history. 

The Virginia B^ch lifeguards have a stan- 
dard procedure in the event of a shark 
sighting. Bill Boyce, assistant to the recrea- 
tion superintendant, explained that the beach 
is immediately cleared until supervisors feel 
the shark is gone. 



A beadi had to tw closed once this year 
at Little Island Park for two hours follow - 
li^ a sightbig. No shark was definitely ident- 
ified, but precautions were taken; 

"Ever since the movie came out there's 
been a lot of kidding,' Boyce said, "tnit 
we take it very seriously." 

Tbe city's tourism department is not taking 
the wtole thing too seriously at all. "The 
shark ("Jaws") was so big and outrageous, 
you don't thii* of it as being in Virginia 
Beach,' James Ricketts, tourist development 
coordinator, said. 

He added that ttiere was not much talk 
alXMit any ^ed on tourism because of the 
film. 

However, Ricketts did have (me comment. 
"I thought the movie w ^ry as bell." 




Serving for the ace 

Rob ChewMit slams a serve durif^ last 
week's Virginia Beach Tennis Patrons 
Junior Tennis Tournament at Princess 
Aniw High ScIkmI. For twjmament story, 
see Sun Sports dn A-5. 




Teri Mikulka of Virginia Beach has to 
restrain herself v^en somewie asks her 
about Vepco. With electric bills taking 
rmtn «hI more from her pocketbodc, 
Mrs. Mikulka finds her lifestyle is not 
at all like she thought it would be. 

As Shod( of the Week, Mrs. Mikulka 
tells The Sun it's a questiwi of do you 
wauit Vepco or children. Her story is 
on p^ B-8. 



Was ywr last V^^ UU a Aocker? VtU, misery 
loves e^vaqr, m iter* yiwr Jolt wift tellew c«- 
^«s. t9 rtsr* jem stodc, write The &m, Vlr- 



Tap fees 

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ByNEALSUS 
Sm Editor 



Fees hr (xdaetimg in- 
to Virginia Beacb water 
and sewer lines have been 
raised to help offset a 
11.2 million deficit in the 
city's water and sewer 
fund. 

City Coimcil an>rovedon 
first reading Monday an or- 
dinance increasing sewer 
line ciBmection fees by 35 
per cent anl water bocAup 
fees by 25 per cent. 

Presently, the sewer 
connection fee is (575 for 
the first 100 feet or por- 
tion thereof and $7.15 for 
each additional foot. After 
Aug. 1, the new rate will 
be $780 for the first 100 
feet and $9 for each ad- 
ditional fool. 

The fee for «niiractingto 
city water lines will l>e in- 
creased Aug. 1 from $«M 
to $500 for the first 100 
fe^. The charge of $4 for 
each additional foot will re- 
main the same. 

However, homeowners 
can get a break on the in- 
creased rate if they hook 
iiAo water or sewer lines 
within 60 days of their 
availability or from the ef- 
fective date of the ordi- 
nance. Residents connect- 
ii« then will pay $720 for 
sewer lines and $460 for 
water lines. 

Also, residents who have 
not signed a contract for 
connections can do so by 
Aug. 1 and pay the old 
rates. 

City Manager George 
Hanbury told Council Mon- 
day that collections for 
hookups into city sewer and 
water lines are far below 
previous years, "possibly 
a result of the decline in 
Uie building industry." 
Meanwhile, tbe cost of in- 
filing and maintaining the 
lines have increased, he 
said. 

As an example, Hanbury 
said tbe city recently in- 
stalled sewer lines in a 



Virginia Beach subdivision 
at a a>st of $2,546 per tot, 
but the city collected only 
$1,015 per tot 



resideito oredelayinf eon- 
aeMif to wwer and water 
liBM Mroi tho«g1i ttey are 
available. TheDepartrorat 
at UtUtties estimates that 
thi city could odlect $7 
millioD if residents would 
connect to available mter 
lines and $9 million if they 
would connect to available 
sewer Uses. 

Rrierring to home- 
owners who have not con- 
nected to available lines. 
Councilman Rot>ert Crom- 
well said, "Many people 
have clamored loud and- ' 
taag for sewers, and I 
OQidd Dame several (areas) 
wl»K»^less than 15 per 
cent haveJuoked on." 

Vii^inia law requires 
homeowners to book into 
available sewer lines but 
tbe jv^iiremeM las been 
unenforced here due to lade 
of pensonael, Haniwry said. 
He told The &in that the law 
is bei% enforced now aiid 
the city expects to collect 
much of tbe $9 million 
when resideitfs conscct to 
city sewer lines. 

In other business Mon- 
day, Council: 

• Uelared the city 
dredge excess and author- 
ised sale by bid; 

• Acc^ed a $80,556 
gra^ from the Division of 
Justice and Crime Preven- 
tion to continue the High 
Incidence Target (HIT) an- 
ti-burglary program ttiro- 
u«h,1975; and 

• D@ued a permit to 
J««le Golf of Virginia 
Beach, Inc., tooperateont- 
door amusem^t rides am 
23rd Street west to Paci- 
fic Avenue. 

Prior to its open meet- 
ing, CMneil met lo execu- 
tive session closed to tbe 
public and the press for 
28 muurtes to discuss what 
Mayor J. Curtis Payne cal- 
led "personnel and l^al" 
matters. 



Parking fines 
will increase 



In an efttrt to discourage illegal parfctog in Vir- 
ginia Beach, City Cmincil authorized Monday an or- 
dinance tlAt will increase parki^ fia^. 

The ordinance will impose fiaeS (tf ^ tor w- 
lawMl |»rkli« if (aid within tt tairs. Tbe fine 
will raise to $10 if paid after tte M temr period. 
The current penalty is $2 if paid withlB 48 hrars. 

The fine for ^rkl^ meter vtolations will incr»se 
from $2 to $8. 

The ordinance will be prepared by City Atty 
J, Me Btmson ant is exptded to be an>roved 
Mmday: 




Dr. Romm talks on the phone ¥»ith a patient who was just bitten by • hog- 

The country doctor; 
alive and well in Moyock 



South (rf Virginia Beach, in North Carolina, sits 
tiny village of Moyock. You would not think that 
this community of 500 people contains anything 
special or rare, iHit it does. In Moyock is one of 
a vanishing breed --the country doctor. 

Dr. William H. Romm has been a general prac- 
titioner in Currituck County since 1951. In that time 
be has se^ thousands of patients, many of them from 
Virgin^ Beach. 

To(tay, from his eight room office, Romm sees 
sbmit 40 patients per day, handlii« everythii^ from 
pediatrics to geriatrics. In this age of medical 
specialist, Romm is an anacbrooism. 

As tte doctor explains it, "People need a bmily 
physician to direct their medical life. A doctor in 
my sitwition can save a person a M of time and 
grief. I can handle 95 per cent of what comes in 
here myseU." 

TaU, with gray receding hair and a good tan cul- 
tivated tram Us love tor t^iis and sailing, Romm 
sits in his combiaatioD i^ce-emergency room and 
dUmisses tbe argumeots ttat a co«try dortof has 
tt easier Uian a l^-etty ffcysieta. "Ytm have to 
pracUce good mediciM to tftrtet paU«tts,' he ex- 
plata«l. Because a bettw roa& aad means (rf 
transportatlOB, doctm-s ia MorftJlk to the north and 
Elizabeth City to the Sowth are in a dose eoongh 
IKtiximlty tor Rmam's paUests to use as u al- 
teroMive. 

But, Uwy dn't. Ronm's paUento tave been car- 
rying a tove affair witt him tor 24 years. TUs U 
understandable once mm Inve sera the itoctor's 
office and sera him at m>rt in AM ezaminim ntom. 

From tbe time a patient walks through the wtit- 
ii^ room door. It becomes obvious that there Is^ 
SMR€«I^ special about this doctor. There is a otor 
televlsliw set in the comer lor the patients to watch. 
In the winter a fir^tece glows warsly, amfMrt- 
i^ sick pe^e who have just come in trtm tte »M. 
Pictures, carvins and antique guns, gifts from pat- 
iwts, adorn the walls It is more like a resort 
todge than a doctor's waiting room. 



Inside the examufing roMi the special treatment 
continues. As Romm entered the room to see one 
particular patient, the rapport is immediately ap- 
parent. The patient's face ligtts up as soon as he 
recognizes the doctor. M's atawte as if ROTim's 
presence alrae is a healing quality in itself. 

The patirat, James aroog, a new Moyock re- 
sided put it simply. "I love him," he said. 

arong has a heart c«»ditiMi. Before raterii* 
the exammation room, Romm sUps on his white 
coat, picks up a stetbosoqie. ami takes ai a more 
serious pose. He asks the patient questiras, dil- 
igently probii* to be sure Strong is conditira is 
remaini^ stable. Stroi* responds cooperatively. 

After tbe examination, Romm explains that with 
new patirats like &ifm. *« '""Ids the reUti«i- 
ship slowly and carefully so as to build the kind 
of rawwrt necessary to be beneficial to the patient's 
b«iRh. 

Back in the grera-walled emergency room, Romm 
talks about the origins of his interest in medicine. 
"At the age of 14, 1 sprat a summer with a comtry 
doctor in the mountains of Nelson County, Va. 
That's how I grt interested in medlciBe." 

The cwmtry doctor was Estes Kidd. now deceased. 
Dr. Kidd had polio, which was why he took the young 
Romm with him on office visits. Romm would act 
as two good legs, raabUng Kidd to grt around more 

easily. 

Nelson County to ^ birth^ce of Earl Hamner, 
crMtor of the trfe^slon show. 'The WaltOTs." Dr. 
Romm remembers the area in the same fond way 
u Hamner does In tact, he liked It so nKh he want- 
ed to practi« there iJler serving Ws internship 
Unlortwately, Romm cwM not find a home in Nel- 
sra County, F«1mately for Virginia Brach and Chesa- 
p^te, where a large amount of Rome's patients 
mMe, te settled ia Mo^xA. 

Romm U orignaUy from Norfolk. He graduated 
from pre-med schort at Virginia Military Institu* 
ant served in seven major World War n campaigBs 
as a Marine Corps officer When the war ended 

(See DOCTOR, page A-2) 



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Tbe city apppoved Monday an afreement with the 
CoancU (rf Virginia Beacli Volnnteer Rescue Squads 
tint aitfioriies a |61,000 twdget for a new Emer- 
gency Medical Senrices Office, wUcli will provide 
antimoos training for tbe eleven rescae squads 
in Virginia Beach. 

ne bodget iaclutes salaries of the new office's 
staff and odmr ^i|dtes necessary in the training 
ot the wAflBteers. 

All policies pertaining to the new (rfHce will l>e 
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Beach VoloBle^ Bescae Squads. 

k seteetkM review board, ccMiposed <rf three 
I iipmcMitiTn from the Rescue Smui Coancil and 
two tarn the city, will oversee me hiring for all 
present and future positions. 



A pretiiBUiary hearing is scheduled Aag. 1 for a 
charged ta the May 17 shooting of two Navy 



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A heartag for apfwiBtmest of counsel was Mon- 
day for Vemesta J. Minggta, 21, who was arret- 
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Om Mavy man, Marie E. Sellers, 19, was Idlled 
uHi hU friend Robert Borgas, also 19, had Us leg 
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Police aqiect tartiber arrests in the near IWure. 



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Twenty-flve ttousand powids' each of fresh 
flonder filets, Eastern Sure crab meat and Ec- 
uador sinrimp wUl be avaUable to feed the eiv^cted 
100,000 pec^e at this years Virginia B«ch Nep- 
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hob Beraan, presideirt <rf FesUval Associates, a 
ptrteovhip tomed to cater tbe feast, plans to avoid 
the same i»«bleB Oiat occured last year when 10,000 
peo^ were oqtected at the feast sad ttr« times that 
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Tickets for this year's feast will be sold in books 
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(Coi^ued bum p^e A-1) 
he ^end the medical scMol of the Udv^^lty 
of Virgirfa. 

ne ooBrtry doctor sees a big difleranee be- 
tween his practice today ar^ when ite lirM bepn. 
"In 1951 wh« p^jple came to see me they were 
TMlly sick," he remembered. He M^i«d that 
travi cwiltions were worse t^ mahtog it <W- 
flc^tor peq)le rther than the very ill totetothe 
time to visit the doctor. 

There was much less hos^taliiatioo tamrsM» 
then. Pe<^e simjiy ««M nrt aflord to sm adofe 
tor, and if they dW, they were usually tr«ted it 
hone or in the <^ce. Romm claims he has trrat- 
ed casM <* pmuflwnU, heart attack and i^n*.e 
in the home. 

Today, the *)ctor las an «u^r taA^ MMt <rf his 
(atients teve tospitilasatiott and can afford hos- 
piUl stays. He also can refer more patios to 
specialirfs. At one time Romm delivered 100 babies 
a ynr in the home. Now be sends obstetric pat- 
ints to see specialists, fracture cases to ortho- 
pedic surgeons and other sudi cases to doctors 
who have speitf more time taindling them. 

Romm likes having it easier. Tbe easy life was 
what \am^ him to Mtqpock in the first place. 
"When ! cane here I was more mterestcd in« 
way of life flat would give me the time to stady 
and do a little living," he said. 

"Country Uving Just appeals to me," he added. 

His pntieirt's from Virginia Beach are glad it 
appeals to him. Gladys Pritchard, 59, of 109 Hol- 
land Road, has be«i using Dr. Bomm since he be- 
gan imetice in 1951. 

"We think of him as family," she said. 

"He's just one of the nicest people," she added. 
"He's down to earth." 

Mrs. Pritchard eq>lained tbat if Dr. Romm cant 
handle a problem, he always refers her to the 
pnqwr doctor. Oie added that he has made house- 
calls anytime she needed help, day or night. 

Romm is more than just a doctor to the peo|de 
of this am. He is a Mend, blher-cotfessor and 
social «n>rker. 

Mrs. Glaihrs Stewart, 51, and her husband Lew- 
is, 52, have beM wiing Dr. Romm for 20 years. 
Mrs. Stewart, who Uves on Bmeilt Road in Chesa- 
peake, said, "We think he's very specUl." 

"The only thing we can say abwt him is nice 
thii«s," ^e added. 

One particular n%ht ^icks in Mrs. aewart's 
memory. Her husband was t^ing penicillin and 
had an aUergic reaction to tbe drug. Sbe called 
Dr. Romm. He advised beecwfaat to do. The next 
day, wtthout her askii«, Romm made a special stop 
to see how Lewis Stewart was feeling. Gladys ^- 
nrt douMs if many doctors would be as consi- 
derrie. 

"He's just more ttan a doctor to us,' ^e said. 

Special doctors like Romm may be returning. 
Some medical schools liave instituted programs 
ttat vrtll be seodug graduates to practice in rural 
areas like Uofodi. Nothing would please Romm more. 
He feels very stroi^ly about the numbers of doc- 
tors in this country. 

"it's a di^irace to this utton that we cannt 
produce eno<«h doctors to take care of ow p«qrie 
and we must depend on foreign ifoctors to take v 
the slack," he said. 

' "We have thousands oi (imdiflad ststeifts win 
want to go to medical school, but can't," he noted. 

Romm's son Robert, 24, wanted to emulate his 
father. He ranld not g^ iirto medical school and 
tostad is attendiog law school. Another son. Bill, 
26, also att«Mis law school. Ttere are too crther 
cAUdren, Na«9, 22, and Jimmy, Bill's twin. 

Obvtoosly, Roam doa ael r^r^ being a eouatry 
de^tr. "Mag a family physician stmetlmes can be 
much easier. You know tbe family background, you 
watch them grow..." 

Romm omtimm talking about his patints, ttie 
too h%h cost of drugs (he has a sivply of drugs 
on hand for his patieirt's use) and his love for dK 
courtry when tiie ^M»e rings. 

He answers and Ustens int^ly. "Well, w^ did 
the hog Ute him," he adB the party on the otter 
end of the line. 

Be hangs 9 the phone. "He won't have to make an 
appoiirtneat," he aqtlains. Then heshn^shis shoukl- 
ers, smUes and says, "That's all part of my day. 




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nter Dira«- The^e play 
"That CtamtkaM^ Sm- 
son" will be Satarday and 
&mday 2 p.m. 

The i^y is a- drama 
about tte iwwtan of a 
chssi^onsh^) Ugh school 
hnsiceanB tmm 20 years 
tator. 

Tlw cast calls for Imr 
mM in their late 30's. Tbe 
fifth role of the coach 
siKMild be Ute 40's or olta*. 
Ei^ericnecd actors mly 
should apirty. 

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k <hte wUl M Mt Aug. 4 for Uie bearing in Cir- 
e«tt C<Mrt «t « Mit filed by tlie City of Virf ini» 
BtMfe iptBst Oe owner ol « Wionel»co motor home 
«ko tms» to offl^i «Uk th« city's partus bu 
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BUI tetaltag teir vnrtwl M» Mcratltnal fs^le 
<RV) la Us dritrmy M m Ltttfe N«* ]b»ul desptte 
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Milii^ Is MM of several BY owMrs wbo pro- 
t^ed ia A^ v^ City CiHMil c^setf to relax 
tte IMuMm IMS MtUMBce vUeb tad gooe wtasforced 
sta^te yan^ to iset. 

He city's^^^.asks tor a tattm^toa jvi^kQ^ 
AitaU^ tnm vtoUtttc tte ordittadt. ^ MIMUs 
say tktv vtfcma tM eue to dwlife vh^ar tte 
bao to eoBstttvtk^. 



Custodian shot 



Tke scfeooi evstodfa at Lta^on Vark Elemen- 
tary S^beai ms sM to deatfa on tte sctool grounds 
Ttaradqr iri^, 

OnaU B Cre^BMire. 2&, of tte 100 block ot 
(»* Laae vas fond dead at tte scbool on U«- 
HaBori. 

Be n* tkot Mvera! Unas to tte raldsectloo 
«Ui a haiidpm tolIo«to« aa arguamt witt a wo- 



airiey i. Br^, 2$,^^^ J^ Bay »as arresta! 
aeariqr aad efetrgad witt sarder. 



Twofoimdstoin 



A Viffteia B^ tawal tene qierator aaA Us 
yo«f fraadsOB vere bud slato Tluirsday nom- 
to«. 

JasM V. BairrtMi, «, owaM Hatrrtoa's Fn- 
erai BMae^ via toad oa tlie bedrom floor of Ua 
koae U tut Cjpisss Aw. He had 

ba«a amnA rapaatadl; ia ^ ctest aad bade. 

Food atoapidt Sainton «as Us iraodsoa James 
«. OMaaoa^A. BU tti«a «ns diaated aad Us 



A f«aat A «a tMtt, Brodto 9wA, 51. discover- 
ed tte bodtoi at fctS ajo. 

Boweiw, pMice «Mn«te tte ttme of death as 
soaaUtoe hataeca m i huiim aad 2 aja. 

Mice nried^ oat nM>enr. Md ao motive is ap- 
parcBt yet aad ttere areao m^edx. 



Stabler In court 



A t3-yau--ald Item^vlUe i<v ln« itoided vti* to- 
aooaat ia mtsUtwmmi»at of a aeifMorliood girl 
to tte baifaWBi of her iMie. 

to JwraaaeoMt a MeaAiit omot te toaad gou- 
ty w egmleMI ^ a erins. 

i^mme Ce«r( ima Keiwani «. «M^rst Jr. 
tmd lteMai^rtate«MM«tesMi^aftte 
tov ea tta aauaows aanalt aarge Mr^N&yed 
se^tdv MUL eonpl^iai of a btd«i»nd r^ort 

tte datatoe <ad jnt oltert Ow li^ (rftttMmtt. 

A««idU« to pdice. I^rry To« of Oe IWIModc of 
Saamddc Mva «aa aWAad Mm lAer tte hM i^ 
Mdlito hat Btvvttaa Kaite tMIc rte was sleqNIaK. 

Ste maa^ taMSGapaert her beitoooiB wintowand 
raa to a MeeA'* hmse. 



P/anner /eaWng 



A ptaaaer to tte Viigtoia Beach PtaMriag I^art- 
mmi haa resj^ad to e^r tow seteol at SM^mt 
MattettittMMi^taD^i. ^_ ^ ; 

lUiMtf D, Vtt^ Jl, «i J&a 9. says te to 
totaf^ad to tad ase mMBft^t m <^twi law. 

*ftf«if^mix tera mM wey iwttwUte," Vm- 
1^ MW. 

"Hare's au^e toaa I en do," te added. 

Worttoy. wte has beea to Me MaiaiaK Dqiartmait 
sUM» Jine 1171. ree^ved hto bM^tor's itogree to 
{nUtfaal sctoBM btna SMU. 

Tte Tala, Oto, t^tat trortfe*: a fluster's de- 
gwe to regtnel itaH^ frott m tWverstty rf^^rfli 
Caroliaa, 

WorUey will leave tte pl^Uag departo^ Joly 81. 



Car crash kills 



Fuenl smms were Toaaday moniiB| !«• a Vjr- 
^to Bauft iBto wte was. UOed early Sm^rt^ 
tetet^e^ ^ Us car aad Ut a utility pole to tte 
^OOttddc^OdlandRoad. . „ .^ „ * 

V^aea 1. Ited. wtose address was listed aRwle 
1 MC Moa^KOddaad <m arrival at General Hospital 

A ^»^*d>rttea« AteB Cofuty* Wartwirt^ 
to- tte <^Bi«p«fce Sctool B«rt te tte ^rtntemBce 
d^Etm^. 



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She could be in Do^atch, 
USA, but actually Laura 
Earley is outside the Lit- 
the Theatre of Virginia 
Beach building where she 
will portray Daisy Mae in 
tie ttwatre's production of 



bfp Rod McMiii 

"Li' I Abner." The play 
opens July 25 at the thea- 
tre, 24th Street and Bar- 
berton Drive. For reser- 
vations, telephone 428- 
9523. 



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Intensive cape 



Tte General HM^tal of 
Virginto Beach Is getting 
an oltra- modem uteasive 
care aUt ttod wiU bcili- 
Matett^ careitf patients. 

CMstructlin li^ui Mon- 
day en the new unit, which 
idU omsist of 11 glass- 
ttt^sed patieat rooas, in- 
da^ng two romna qieci- 
ficdly des^ned and fqnJyi>- 
ped for nse to tsfflatitHi 
sues. A i^que toatore of 
each nxni will te ttepro- 
vtoiea^ a patieat s^nrice 
nodi^, wW;h will iaelwto 
p^ed-to oxygm, ronpres- 
sedairaod i^Gtmm. 

The |»tientservlcejnod- 
nel also provide tor a 
MTse call-systeu, an em- 
erg»9 assistaBce station, 
tati mooiterjse e«iip- 
mm. tendwasWag^idt and 
elecMcal oiAlets for tbe 



New paper 
for Navy 

to an effort to impi-ove 
toteml comnmlatttons, 
tte Havy will te pfitingout 
a imr taUoid newspaper, 
"Sooriings." 

Tte ^ paper will serve 
the Havy and Civil service 
pop^tton of greater Ttde- 

Tte i»Ulcatioa cwtract 
was awarded to Program 
Service, Inc., a dirtslon 
^ Ctesapeake foy Pub* 
IsiU^Co. 

"SwMiogs" will aiy«r 
weAly and succeeds three 
to-mer military publica- 
iims, Seab^, Dope ^eet 
a^ Center Post. 

The-new OewsiMper's ei- 
pected readership is over 

im,m. 



Construction begins 
at Beach General 



numerous pieces ol life- 
sufqport et^pment used in 
the care (rf critically ill 
patients. 

The itolt has a radial 
design which provides 
maximum visibility to all 
^tient rooms from tte 
nursing Nation, to be lo- 
cated to the unit's center. 

to addition, there will be 
a fiuniiy waitli^ room, a 
medtetftoD pr^[»ration 
am clean and soiled util- 
ity room uid a consultation 
ar^. 

It was ten years ago tUs 



monto that tbe bosfdtal 
opened its present nine-bed 
intensive care unit, one of 
tte stote's first. 

Tbe unit will be con- 
structed at the sec(md floor 
level directly above tte «- 
isting nortb wing. 

bcluded to the $864,000 
cost of construction is the 
enclosing of the area direc- 
tly below the new unit. This 
space will be used for an 
eslai^ed medical library. 

Cimstruction should te 
complied to less than We 
year. 



The Sufi, July 16, 1975 -- A-3 



250 FEET 

More beach opened 
as surfing only area 



Surfti^ will be permit- 
ted »l(mg an additional 250 
feet of resort strip beach 
area north of the Keel Pier 
at Rnripp Inlrt as a result 
of Virginia Beach City 
Council action Monday. 

Council approved an or- 
dinance setting aside fOr 
surfing of beach frorti the 
Steel Pier to just south of 
the Schooner Motel pro- 
perty at 215 Atlantic Ave. 



Councilman yatriCK 
Standing, who proposed the 
ordtoance, emphasized toat 
the aieve wasan"toterim" 
measure to provide more 
surfing arMS until the city 
acquires aUitional beach 
property. Tte city is con- 
ttouing efforts to acquire 
ttse of teach property on 
Ft. Story. 

Surfing presently Is per- 
mitted along any of toe 



city's puDUC beaches te- 
fore 10 a.m. and after 5 
p.m. daily. All day surf- 
ing is allowed aloi% cer- 
tain teactes, tocluding Lit- 
tle Island Park at Sand- 
bridge, Croataa Beach, 
Camp Pendleton and te- 
tween 3rd and 5th Streets. 
City law prohibits surfing 
to swimmtog areas and vice 
versa. 



Police 

civange 

lineup 



The Virginia Beach Po- 
lice Department has an- 
nounced eight intradepart- 
mental changes effective 
today. 

Lt. Douglas McCloud is 
the administrator of the 
new Plannii^ and Analysis . 
applications. 

Maj. R.K. Halstead was 
promoted from the rank of 
captato and will te the ad- 
ministrator of the Services 
Division. 

J.J. Waterfield was pro- 
moted from lieutenant to 
cai^ato and will serve as 
administrator of the new 
Communications Division. 
Lt. T.V. Irving was pro- 
moted from sergeant and 
assigned to toe office of 
executive aide. 

Det. H.R. Camptellwill 
te a sergeant to the Juven- 
ile Bureau. 

Lt. J.W. Braxier was 
promoted to toe Investi- 
gative Division ol the End 
Prectoct. 

Lt. R. L. Robbtos was 
transferred in rank from 
the Traffic Bureau to 
the tovestigative DivisiML , 

Lt. A.E. Smith was pro- 
aiotod frdm*lte fwf Pi*-' 
ctoct to tte Traffic Burt 
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A-4 - Tlw Sun, July 16. 1975 



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Virginians Stop Soutii Jersey, 10-8 



The Eastern Amateur Freestyle Wrestling League 
bad its Virginia Beach debut Saturday irt Iront of 
1,200 enthusiastic payii% fans at Cox High School, 
insuring the success of freestyle wrestling in Tide- 
water. The fans watched with barely concealed glee 
as the tome team --Billy Martin Jr.'s Virginia Wrest- 
ling Club -- stopped the visiting South Jersey Wrest- 
ling Club, 10-8. 

Gary Friedman led off for Virginia at 114.5-pounds 
with a win over Jersey's Eric Waters cm technical 
points. Freestyle wrestling allows for no more than 
two penalty warnings per writer in ea^ match. 
The wrestler peaalized forfeits the match if be is 
warned the third time. 

Scott Conkwrigtrt made a triumphant return to his 
alma mater — he had not ^H^stled in Virginia for 
five years — with a 2-1 win over Jersey's. Bob Pln- 
cus. Despite the Virginian's advantage in the lower 
weight classes, Plncus was slightly favor«d over the 
University of North Carolina a>phomore in the 125- 
pound weight class. 

The Virginians continued their domination of the 
lower weight classes in the match as Oklahoma State's 
Martin and Kempsville wrestling coach Keith Low- 
rance each easily won their bouts. Martin stomped 



Jersey's Bill Bowden, 25-1, ts a major dedsioB 
while Lowrance scored less Iqr still shttf out oppoB- 
ent Chris lanocone, 4-0, in the Hd.S-pCHind class. 
Martin, a three-time AU-American at (Mtlahoma 
State, wrestled in the 136-pouiid veiglit slot. 

The tide b^an to turn wtth the IfiS-ponnd boi^ 
when South Jersey's Windel Beu^ ^opfwd J(dn 
AUns of Virginia, 6-4. Akins, a fbrmer Kellam grap- 
pler, wrestles in the winter for the Camd«i Conflty, 
N.J., Community College. 

A suri»ise occurred at Uw IM-pouBd qiot wfam 
the Virginian's IxHmie Gallag^r -- last year's aation- 
al b-eestyle chaminon — lost a 4-0 dedsioo to Jer- 
sey's Jerry Villecco. The Jersey grappler attoids 
Pen State Uaiverstty and has earned All-AmcrieaB 
honors for two coBsecative years. 

Old Dominion University assistant wrestling Coach 
George Enos copped the final Virginia victory in 
the neet with a 2-1 dedsioa over Trenton State 
College's Gene Barl>er. The South Jersey t^ra wiped 
up in the final two weight categories with Tom Ben- 
edging Baxter Brown, 3-0, in the 220-pouiid weight 
class. In the unlimited category, Sovtii Jersey's 
Walter Gi^e won the only (dn of the meet, putting 
Virginian Reginald Fatherly at 3:59 in tbeii- boirt. 









Keitti Lowrance, the varsity wrestMng 
coach at Kempsville High School, showed 
his grapplers how to do '♦ SatiirHsv at 



Mia pnotos by Keve Btondo 



Cox. Here he gains a reversal en route 
to beating his Sotjth Jersey oppixnent, 
149 5 „ - nmmti Chri^ I anocone, 4-0. 



Princess Anne wins 
in city volleybail 



Virginian Billy Martin Jr. lifts clubs Saturday at Cox High 

oppoent Bill Bowden of the Soutti School . Marti n won a 25- 1 major 

Jersey Wrestling Club in decision over Bowden. 
the chial meet between the two 



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Vm bees a good awa- 
mer for the bmrs add girts 
who tnifaeA the Princess 
Amie playgronnd. The chil- 
dren ^m that, dty district 
have racked vp eaouKh 
points'in two of the Virgin- 
ia Beach D<q;iartmeirt of 
Paits and Recreatioo's 
city-wide pUygroond tour- 
neys — ping -pong and vol- 
leyhtU - to rate first in 
the dty. Shetton Park is 
in secoad and the Trairt- 
wood ^ygroond is in third 
idaee. 

Oa Jnly I, more ttaa 
150 boys and giris from 17 
of the 21 dty playgroaids 
participated in the deiiart- 
ment's city-wide mixed 
volleyball townameirt, witii 
the teams from Princess 
Anne, Sbelton Park, Alan- 
toi and Anowhoid wtandng 
their reqiecMve lOstricts. 

The next day, in the 
semifinal matches played 
at Thalia idaygnnnd, Alan- 
tim defeated Arrowhrad ia 
tw> straight games and 
Princess Anne edged 
Sbelton Park two games to 



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If I^er B. Man and ae Athletic and Forenisics 
^udy Committee that he heads have their way, ttere 
will be some drastic changes in scholastic athle- 
tics in Virginia beach. 

Marx's committee had its final report acc^ed 
by the School Board Toes<bky after a year-long ^udy 
tliat concluded that cmtraliaation of financing fCH-Ugb 
school athletics and elimination of the present jun- 
ior varsity programs in senior high schools would 
be necessary to provide schools who have losii% 
seasons with a bir lialance of athletic funds and to 
give students a wider range of varsity sports from 
which to cbo(»e. 

The report recommends that a central athletic 
fund be created along with the post of central athletic 
scheduling and funding will be talcen off the sboolders 
of school principals, Marx said. 

The report further concludes that some high school 
sports should be supported with tax money. High 
schools in Virginia Beach traditionally take care of 
their own teams with season gate receipts and no tax 
money. 

"Snpprae a s<Aool had a bad fO(Mball s^soa and a 
bwl year at tte gate," n»som Marx. "If the n<»ey 
inis channeled into a central fond every school cookj 
baiefit." 

Obviously, schools with wlonttf teams which make 
more mcmey from their ticket b4)>s will not r^Iize 
the extra profit under the committee's plan. In a 
letter acoompanytne the report, Harx stntei-ttat 



"several recommendations will prove to l>e coiArov- 
ersial and that diverse opinions will be teard con- 
cemii* them. We acc^ the fact that vested in- 
terests are involved here, also, but we know the board 
wUl do what is uttimately in tte best interests of 
oar children and our schools, after appropriate 
study.' 

Concerning the junior varsity programs, Marx said 
that, "As an economy move, we have to scrap tte 
junior varsity programs now. We're tryi^ to save 
the system money." He pointed out that the JV pro- 
grans made for "ladesirable dvUcation* in boys 
sports at the senior high school level. While giving 
studeMs -- particularly girls — fewer sports to 
play on a varsity level. 

The committee recommended that varsity soccer 
and girl's soitball be introchiced into the senior 
h^h schools om a varsity level. 
_,The report fartter si^ested coaches should be pro - 
*Vided for forensics in schools with varsity letters 
to be awarteJ for debate, extemporaneous speaking 
and original oratory and ruling. The committee also 
s^ested that idmissioa to h^ school eveMs be 
clarf ed wherever possible, and Oat tickets be scal- 
ed at the »me rates for aU sports in etch school. 

I^e Athletic and Forensics Study Committee is made 
iq> of 37 teachers, students and school principals, 
as well as the sports editon (tf the Virginia Bach 
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antoB in tte finals, dropidng 
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ttenexttwo to dalra tte 
citytiUe. 

Uemters of die viimlng 
Princess Anne team were 
Andre Tripp, Henry Lamb, 
Toay Brown, Kent Wade. 
Gary Cocker, Bnndn Har- 
per, Yvonne Wade, and Bet- 
tie Ridley. 



City tennis 

classes 
open tiiis 
week 



RegistratioB is now open 
for tte second sessions of 
two summer junior athletic 
prognms ^OBSored byttn 
Vlginla Beach Departmot 
of Parks and Recreation. 
The junior teimis and jm- 
ior gymnastic delewpment 
programs will begin tteir 
second sessions Monday lA 
various locatkns throogh- 
out tte dty. 

Tte ^istor gymnastia 
i«t)gram will te atBayside 
Jofor fflgh SdKMd on New- 
town Road with classes set 
to meet from 9 a.m. to4:30 
p.m. M(»day thnx^ 
Friday for four weeks. Tte 
classes are open to both 
bc^s and girls from tte 
#h to tte 12th grades. 
There is a limit of 36 sta- 
denteiwr class. Tte r^- 
tration tte $2. 

Tte jonfor taonis lao- 
gram will teve classes me- 
eting at Bayside High 
School (4960 Haygood 
B«id), Baydde Janior 
H^h, Cox H%h (ISM North 
Great Neck Road), Plaza 
Jtmior (3010 South Lynn- 
tevn Road), KempsviUe 
Jwkn- (HO ChnrcliU 
Drive), PriMess Aim 
High (4400 Virginia Beach 
Boulenrd) aad Kellam 
High (Hdland Road). Clas- 
ses wiU te open to b^s 
and girls in 4th to tte 12tt 
grates. Classa wUl tedl- 
rided Mtottose in'b^in- 
^n, adnand baton's 
aad interau^taf. aviidU 
te Mondays and Wed- 
■Mdiys and TncKbys and 
Ttandays, witt each class 
^^tag on altemte Fri- 
days. 

To register for tte pro- 
Cnms, omUd tte Ttiiin- 
ta Bach I^aita^ ot 
Parks and Recreation at 
4f7-46»4. 




Lowrwice, a three-time Vir- 
ginia state champ from Granby, 
upened here by lanocone. 



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lanocone, the New Jersey State 
champ at 150-pounds, lost to 
Lowrance, 4-0. 




Wliitehurst presented trophy 



Virginia Beach Director of the 
Department of Paries and Re- 
creation Harold \(W»itehurst 
(left) acc^ts a trt^y from Cy 
Helf«»t, president of Par- 
liament Village in Kwi^sville. 
Helfwrt's con^any dwiated two 



new tennis courts to the city 
as well as a surrounding park. 
The trophy will be amarded in 
an annual youth tournament. 
At center is con^wny vice- 
president Lee Mitchell. 






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Porkers Stop Round the Corner 



"Of course It wasjgoodto beat tham. 
W9 fait all alons/wa had tim 
iHtst tatm.' 

-^orkar's managar Hoy Amnions 



By STEVE m»DO 
&■ Sm Vriter 



WeU, tt tari to Nppw. . 

Kellan t^ck JoM^ Cooke tni Us RM»i tlie 
Corner softtall tmm ftsiSy dn^ped a pM to their 
archrinls, tlie Porkers, nuaged 1^ ^ Annois, 
also a cMck at KeUtt. • 



Coach CotUia says tha Porkars Nist 



turn, 3S-1, but AmuKms wmMn't say 



Tfce 10-4 Uas, srtTered Thursday at Oceana, bro»«M 
« lew mem^tos irf tlie friendly rivalry tadt to Cooke's 
desk, tadnttflf a taby shirt tbat Cooke tad given 
Ammoos « tke sly after Us S4pad--a "B" division 
tan - tmi b^en the Porkers -- one of the top- 
rated t«uns to the ctty.— flw cwisecutlve times. 

'I got ay tabf shirt baek," Coaeh Co(*e, said 
glumly aftw tl» match. "Amnrans said I'd te get- 
tii« the rest back later." 

"Hw rert' inelwtes a wUte-wi^h brush left on 
Coach Anmms' desk at school after Round the Cor- 
ner had beaten Us Porters squad for the fifth time. 

"Of oHirse it was good to b«it 'em," commented 
Ammons wryly. "We felt ahMg we had the best t^m. 
I'm sore, Coach Cooke feels , we're the best teem 
in the back of his mind." 

n* l*nlnt« mwtitnsk from a slow-pitch tourna- 



ment in Loi^ Islan], N.Y., wtere they had beatoi 
the state chami^ofts of Hem HampsUre, 11-1, in the 
,. opening round, "nenext game, however, the I^rkers 
met the tourney sponsors, a team called the Coimty 
Sports, ami the resalts were less tt^ grati^yiag. 

"They kind of beat us pretty tad," Ammons Mmits, 
addii^ that the County Sports hit 18 homers in the 
contest. "That was over a 2S4-toot field, and a 10- 
fort high fence." 

Coach Co(Ae says the Potters lost that one, 
35 -1, but Amnums wouldn't say. 

The important thing is that the Porkers broke 
their losii% streak to Cooke and his razzing s<^d 
after six starts. 

"We didn't even |day SnmmereU," Ammons said 

of Us startii^ shortstc^, Carl Sommerell, a Kellam 

Q graduate and back-q) qoartertnck for the Mew York 



Gtonts. 

On the other hand, says Cooke, "Our manager had 
to play because we had two regulars who didn't show 
up. We made two or three errors and everybody 
got down." Co(Ae adds that Ammons was relishing 
the taste of victory. "I got on first l>ase (»e. time and 
he yelled over at me, 'I gtrt your bai^ shirt over 
here." 

Kellam principal Hike Themldes so^ested tiat 
Cooke should cot the shirt into six pieces, ke^ 
one and return the other five to Coach Ammons, 
"since we'd woo five out of six." 

One tUi^ is sure, despite their impressive 75-25 
record the Porkers sport so far this season, they 
breathed a sigh of relief Thursday evenii^ with their 
10-4 triumph over Round the Comer. 




8h iikoiM WSteve Bioatfo 



School couiis. Susan advanced 
to ttit finals (^ the IZ^and- 
ui^f- cofT»«ti1ftirf, losiTi^ there 
to Sharon Brown 6-2, 7-6. 



Susan Broecker sets to serve 
during semifinal acti<m of the 
Virginia Bea^ Tennitfrttttrfis* 
junior temis tourney last wmdc 
at the Princess Ame High 

1 30 participate in 
tennis patrons' tourney 



The Vtrglnto BeachTeo- 
■is tatrm spouored 
tb^ aaml iiiBk»- t«mU 
taamaaeat lastwe^oathe 
Prineess Anw H|0 School 
courts, Md Oe dtfi was 
grtfUied ^ see amv ttu 
IX biqrs and i^ls agM 8 
to 18 partlc^te in tlw 
we^-lMg tovmey marred 
only by the rainy w«itiwr. 

"ft was one of the big- 
gest tnrao^ we've ever 
had," comnMted Mrs. 
Deuis IfocLan^Un, su- 
penrisOT ot the event. 

Ertn^ participated in 
four ditferert age grmips 
wiUi tnvliles awarded to 
boa the dHUBpandtheruB- 
Der-i9 !■ MCk iHvisioa. A 
total (tf 16 trophies award- 
ed to both tte champ and 
the nmner-up in ach div- 



isioa. A total of 16 tro- 
pUes were awsntod. 

to tte U-fnn>okl aad 
under divisiaB, Iffte IKn- 
roe Hbappta Oury Goodall 
6-3, 6-4 to wto tke boy's 

title while Skmm Brows 
d^eated Saaut Broeeker 
6-2, 7-6 to claim Ike 12- 
and-wder gM's title. 

Greg Altera beat Marie 
Reddn 6-1, 6-0 win to 
boy's 14-and-nBder. to the 
^I's divfsiw, JnUe Saod- 
grass he^ B^sy Neagley 
7-5. 6-1. 

to bear's 16-aiid-inder, 
Jim Ven«- won 6-4, 6-4 
over l^bUe Ch^mt wUle 
Staoer tves darned the 
girl's title wUfc a 6-3, 6-4 
trfmph over onnoeat 
Sbdtoy LaUiclato. 



to tiM hoy's IS-and-mi- 
der competttiaB, Fred Ben- 
iumat stopfied Mike Wad- 
d^ to two straigM sets 
6-4. 6-2 to wto that dlvi- 
sfaM. to the girl's 18-aod 
ODder, CoUette Ives and 
}^a Meagler battled tor 
toee Mts b^re Ives Uxk 
the match and the title6-4, 
4-6. 6-4. 

fte Tii^toto Beach Tra- 
nls Ptf roBS wiU be spoo- 
scNring anther tonraey all 
Oils week forboysandgirto 
to the nme age gro^cUM- 
ed tixwe. Cmpet^oo be- 
gan Momtoywttkbiqr'sBtf- 
ekM at PrtocMS Anne and 
rirl's at Pint Coloaial 
High School. The toamey 
will ccmtinne throui^Fri- 
(toy. 



Aragona-Pembroke slgn-ups set 



Tackle ftxttall r^istra- 
tion teat bovs in tte 
Aragoea-PMaottdEe ree- 
rratioo am will be &tar- 



Great Neck 
sign-ups 

Hw Great Neck Recrra- 
tton CmmlssiM will boU 
registratloii for football 
and girl's basketball at 
John B. Dey Elementary 
Sctod OS Great Nedc Road 
&turday and Jaly U. Re- 
glstntun Mk cteys will 
bcgto tf ID s.m. aad cm- 
tiiwe wM Booi. 

Ttefo^all program is 
op« to boys ages7thr(mi^ 
15. Girl's bad^U is di- 
vided i^> three agegrows 
tor ages 11 aad 12, 13 and 
14; and ages IS through 
l^sdiod. 



day ami Sunday, and July 
26 and 27, from 1 p.m. to 
4 pjB. at tte PNibrete 
Undows RecreatloB C» 
t» OB Pemlntike Boule- 
<nrd. 

Boys will play on tnms 
divfated Uto three weigU 



classes 90-poimds, 110- 
poifflds and ISO-poonds. 

A thini TttObn^ms^- 
siOB WiU beAng4attbeAr- 
agona RecreatioB C«iter 
begianlBg at 7:^ p.p. 
For further informatiOB 
Mrtact M. E. Pease at 
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Strange finishes 22 
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SUFFOLK - Virgin- 
ia Beach's premier ama- 
teur golfer Curtis Strange, 
escaping liglitning and tor- 
rential rato, romped to the 
title to the 62nd Virginia 
State Amateur golf tourna- 
ment Sunday at the Cedar 
Point course. Strange fto- 
Ished the 98 holes of match 
play an incredible 22 



strokes ahead of his near- 
est competitor to a field 
of 62 golfers. 

Strange, who |dayed his 

high school golf at Prtocess 
Anne High and still resides 
in Virginia Beach, with- 
drew from the ^urse for 
90 minxes Son^y when a 
thunderstorm interrupted 



ptoy. He went on to finish 
the final 36 holes of the 
match 15 under. Cedar 
Potot is a par-72 course. 

Strange, a 20-year-old 
rising junior at Wake For- 
est College, will beptoying 
to the Sonthem Amateur 
tourney tkto wert«xl to 
Ptoehurst, N.C. 



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Virginia Beach Tennis Patrons' 



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at Princess Arvte High School, 
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S/gn sayings cpme from city secretaries 



B;HARYR<X>A 
&a;»aff Writer 

The notice Iwards which greet visitors to Virginia 
Beach's Administration Building in City Hall seem 
to sprout <juaint advice all on their o*b, Iwt the 
source ol the sayings is no mystery to Jolene 
Peverall. 

After City Council meetings, Mrs. Peverall quiM- 
ly hustles the three announcement boards to her 
office in the General Services D^artment for a quick 
changa of dress. 

After the white (dastic letters anrwuncing the 
meeting are stashed away, Mrs. Peverall will be- 
gin building messages on the boards, upholding a 
tradition that has taken root in City Hall in the five 
years since the signs became a type of Ai» Landers 
for city employes. 

Most pieople frequenting the Administration Build- 
ing don't know where the sayings come from, but 
visitors can count on a fresh slice of homespun 
wisdom every week from the signs stationed at 
the frort and side doors of the building as well 
as the tollway in fnont of the City Manager's 
office. 

The practice originated live years ago, according 
to, Shirley Siarps, a secrrtary in General Services. 

At that time Council met only twice a n^nth, and. 
the Wack message boards looked despressingly bar- 
ren in the intenm. "We had to do something with 
those signs," she said, so the sayings were devel- 
oped. 

The General Service secretaries fall backonmaga- 
unes, suggestions and a fat tile box full of sayings 
as a KMTce of material fcr the we^y ti<ttMs, 



birt thcqr tre wiUiog to totdc anyiAere for Meis. 
Once they pirated slogans someone broofM » tnm 
a paper ptacemat used in a restaurant. 

Mrs. aurps, who once was responsible for the 
sign Gbai^cs. has {ttssed the j(A to ntw arrivals 
in ttw otOca. Mrs. Peverall is the eif^h secre- 
tary to carry on the tradttkn. 

Sbe selects the sayiafs iriilch will be used aid 
believes that the tone of the advice fr««|ueirtl)r re- 
flects her own perstmality. ae'll fUp throng her 
fU^wz full of sayings antil ^e finds as appeal- 
taig tme. "I guess it depends oa what nootf you're 
in.-. 

The women have their farorites. Mr*. Siaipc re- 
members one word of advice, "A diet is auaetliioe 
that helps you gain weight more slowly," and Mrs. 
Peverall leans toward a message on the hoard last 
week, "Some people will believe anything if it's 

whimpered." 

Tbe sayings are usually humorous, sometimes even 
corny, and never offensive. "We don't use anytUng 
political, religious or anything that would sUgIrt any 
area of our citiawuTt." In the heyday of the ethnic 
joke, the hoard managed to sidestep nny pat downs 
of any groiq), ev«i hippies, ^ added. "They're cit- 
izens, too." 

Recently the secretaries have beeor tempted to toss 
a few pro-womeB'sUhertfioacommentsoo the boards, 
Mrs. Shar|» said, but managed to resist getting eva 
that political. 

Although the secr^aries admit that most people 
don't know where the sayings come from, Mrs. 
Sharps said, "we were saiinised bow many people 
do ittitice them." 





Jolene Peverall, a secretary in Virginia 
Beach's General Services Departnient, 
inserts white plastic letters into signs 



of homespun advice w^ich greet visitors 
to the city's Atfministratim Building. 



Mini-bike 
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delayed 



The formal opening of 
the Virginia Beach Mini- 
Bike Trail, originally 
scheduled for July 15, has 
teeen delayed until Tues- 
(tay because the trail was 
completely covered by mud 
from heavy rainfolls. 

The trail is located oa 
a lOO-acre tract of lawi 
owned by Naval Air Statiim 
Oceana (NAS). The cRy ar- 
ranged a thi^mortfc 
agreement with tte'lfiiVy 
to use the land. Formal 
approval for a longer per- 
iod is expected sow. 

The trail provides a 
place tor owners to use 
their bikes. Mini-bikes are 
outlawed on public streets 
in Virginia B«ch. 

The trail will be separ- 
s^ed from the sir station's 
runway jlt^ by a buffer 
field aiKJ a fence along the 
boundary of the site. The 
city will spend |4,700 to 
get the program underway. 
This includes money for 
parkii^ facilities, a rest- 
room and two mini-tiikes 
for policing {mrposes. 



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Rare lotus blossoms 
showcased at festival 



Tabernacle Creek will be the show- 
case for the beautiful yellow blossoms 
of the rare native American lotjs when 
the Virginia Beach Lofajs Festival opens 
this week. 

The 21st annual festival, sponsored 
by the Cape Henry Woman's Club, is 
timed to coincide with the blooming of 
the lotus during the last two weeks of 
July. This year's festival opens Sunday 
and continues through July 26. 

One of the last remaining stands of 
native American lotus grows in Taber- 
nacle Creek off Sandbridge Road across 
from Tabernacle United Methodist 
Church. The woman's club sponsors the 
festival as a tribute to the rare golden 
flower. 

A special service will be atthe. church 
across from the lotus gardens Sunday 
at 11 a.m. On July 24, a luncheon will 



be served at the gardens from 11 a.m. 
until 2 p.m. 

The club started the lotus festival 
in 1955 after adopting the native Amer- 
ican lotus as the club flower. Since then, 
the lotus gardens have been threatened 
by rising salt content in the water. In 
1%8, the club financed extensive dredg- 
ing of the creek to bring in fresh water 
and revive the lotus stand. 

The lotus on Tabernacle Creek, often 
confused with water I i Hies, arenotmem- 
bers of the lily family. Water lily leaves 
float on the water while the American 
lotus bloom on stalks above the water. 

The gardens are open year-round, 
althou{^ the flowers are at their peak 
during the festival. 

The woman's club owns the gardens 
and a small park ,with picnic tables at 
the site. The public is invited to use 
the picnic area. 





She went from accounting to mys^ifsiii and psychism 



ft 



By HABC SMOLCmSKY 
^cUI to Tke Sub 

Wl^ someom is jowg, female and an- 
m • sooi salary as a «>rporate etecnUye," 
tk^ isvally <k>n't change careers in mid- 
rtraam to become sometliing as luliJcely as 
a miai^er ia the Universal Church of The 
MtaiieT. B^, that is exactly what Carol 
Mrriah tfd tow yars ago. ^ 

Her. Parrish has been ui Virginia B^ch 
for the |»st week lecturi^ and teaching at 
the Associatton tor Research and EnligU- 
nent (ARE). 

She nys she Is a psychic. Until 19?1 she 
was a acco^i^ dqartment brad tor Ca|>- 
ttal Formation Counselors, a ^tM»al cor- 
pontiM. Mow slw concentrates her time oa 
tmhdat and mrUng with nt^i^ysics. Be- 
sUm her ministry, she wtrks with other 
groiq» strivi^ towards sensitivity, spirt- 
oal growth ani psychic devel<9ment. 

Rev. Parrish claims she has the ability to 
practice psyi^c heattag. Sie also said she 
tes 4sMM, Ms o^eiienc^ aAral -travel -- 
when ym l«vt ytwr own body a^ can ac- 
tully mm yoirself-, aad can rai| anras 
that stirrood people. 

As * AiU, Parrish claims ttat she ex- 
perienced psychic pbCMmMa that frighten- 
ed her and sometimes got ter in trouble. 

"I got ia tra^e tor tavlK a yi«M imag- 
^Mm," she nnenber*. Ae rmamiM a 



^ry. "J UM my parents a goat was going 
to have twins. I said that one wtmld be black 
and the other white." Her pareots responded 
to the prediction by spanking fomg Carol. 
But, accordii^ to Parrish, the next day the 
g(»t gave birth to twtlis, tme black, the other 
white. 

Rev. Parrish recalled another occarance. 
When sb% was S, her mother was about to 
take her on an elevator. When the elevator 
door qiened, acconltag to Rev. I^rrish, she 
saw an angry red aura surrounding two men 
riding the elevator. She refused to board and 
her ra<rther had to walk with the yo^ig girl 
down the stairs. 

"I believe all people have some amount of 
psycMc ability," Parrish explained. 

M Oe Reverend is more concerned wtth 
mysticism than psycUsm. 

"As a mystic, I try to bring truth and 
awareness," shesiMl. "Apersoocaabea 
psychic, Ixit mrt a my^ic. My apprmch is a 
ny^ical-splrtual experience." 

Utfil her late twenties. Rev. Parrish tot* 
a«n-readi^E and ^me ot her other psychk 
abtlities tor granted^ attho^ she was aware 
that she was special. 

Then, one night she wot to a lecture on 
astral-travel by Rev. Leroy Zemke, wtotater 
became a guide and friend. Upm bearii^ as- 
traHravel ^plaioed, the trolled ym^ 
^claimed to Zenke, "I twlieve ym 



have just saved my mind." 

Rev. Parrish says ttiat herexperiencewith 
psychic healing began with her own family. A 
youg dai^hter, 12 y^r^-old, had l^»fllis. 

Doctors predicted a one-month hospital stay. 
Following prayer sessioos, Parrish tried 
Psychic healing for the Hrst time. 

"In 12 hoars a very sick little girl was 
up," she re<»uiJted. "She was out of tbehos- 
pital in three days." Rev. Parrish noted that 
p^ebie baling was very difficult ara. She 
claims she has helped people with poor eye- 
^ht and even terminally 111 patients at a 
semiur in GainsviUe, Pla. The patieatslived, 
she ays. 

Wh«i a reporter, who was not ill, spoalan- 
eoiely asked Rev. Parrish to put him through 
a tMUng^ experience, she complied. The re- 
porter srt in a chair as she mattered some 
payers and ran her hamfe over Us head, ^st 
and tack. FoUowii^ ttutt "h^lii%", the re- 
porter said he felt "warm, possibly a little 
relaxed, nothii^ mor*."^ 

Rev. Parrish al«> is iMerested in mysti- 
cal experiences. She #efines these as oc- 
curences which tim^e fMr life. Her tach- 
ing attempts to guide i|udents to these kind 
of experiences, she sai4. 

It was a mystical eqjerience that led her 
to bea>»i^ ordained as a minister. 

As she veatas it, she was driv^ time 
in a Utfe MtiaMi4<H wtea snddMly a 



loud voice boomed, "Get on with your fa- 
ther's business." 
Sunned, she turned aroond and a^ed. 

"Who said that?" 
"Bishop Pike, was the answer, according 

to Rev. Parrish. 
Bishop Pike was a fhmons Efrictqalian. 

Later that day, Rev. Parrish related,two 
people questioned her about becoming or- 
dained, ^e decided som after to become a 
minister. 

Besides all her c4ber work Rev. Parrish 
makes aunnal predictions. Her predictions 
this year include that Sen. Edward Kennedy 
will run for president, that Presid»t Ford 
will not (even though Ford says be will) and 
that their will be another serious gas short- 
age. 

She claims that some of tte iredictkms 
^e has made in the past that have come true 
are RIxim's resignation and the CIA affair. 

Rev. Parrish g<»s throi^h a period of 
fisting and prayers wMh s«ne indents be- 
fore makl^^ t^ predictions. 

%e is known as the "practical mystic" 
because six tries to track tow psychic ab- 
Uities can be ned 1^ everyow tntt hMse- 
wives to corpot^e aciMntairts. 

She will be imtiog at tte ARE through 
nurrtay. 




Rev. Carol Parrish, lecturing 
at A.R.E. until Thurs<toy, claims 
psyi^ic abilities can be tati^t. 



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TODAY 



FOLKDAHCEBS 

Ttie VirsiBia Beach Folk Due«rs idU be ^amii^ 
on the terrace of the Assoctatioo for Research and 
Eal^Mmaent, 67th Street and Atkuatic Avauw at 
• p.m. For more Information call 428-6900. 

EKLirrEO WIVES CLUB 

The morthly me^i^ of the USS Sireveport En- 
listed Wives Club wUl be 1 p.m. at 8119 O'Connor 



Crescent, NortWk. An officer tnm tte sito will 
be present to answer any questtons. A Mclal kow 
wUl toUo* the raeetli^. New members are welOHne. 
Call 340-3217 for addttional information. 



REfliCAfiHA'nOM 

A tne lecture will be given ob 'R^camatioa'' 
accord^ to the Ed|^r CajrM Bm^afs. Tte lec- 
ture bf Stdrlsj Aim UoaOj will begla at 3 p.B. at 
ae Associaticm For Research ttd SaUcMcuMst, 
67th Stn^ and Atlantic Avenue. 



THURSDAY 



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A fne teetare Iqr Elsie Satirist ok "DrBaas as 
MMDUdws aKBals" wiU bq;ii at 3 p.m. Hm lec- 
ture ttfl bt jlTeo at the AsKdation For Research 
ttd bd^i^WBent, 67th Street and AUantic Avww. 

KAXinc relahonships 

Hwh Lvrni Civ( e or€-tdent of *\ AssoctatiM 
For Bmardi and EaUgUcnm^ will deliver a 
i«3iire on 'Kannic relatkasfc^." TIm lectsne wiU 
baglB at 8 p.B. at 6m Street imI Atbttle Arane. 
AdnlssiM will be $3.00 tor aAilU and $1.S0 for 



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THEHUJ! 

A free lecture will given bf tb^ Ljnm Cayce, 
uwUdeBt of the Association Fw Itesearcb andEn- 
&H«HB«t, M TteKMe.-accordiiigtoEdnrarce 
Sendiin. He let^im bectas at 3 p.B. ^ 6m Street 
andAtS^Avanne. 

DEVELOP TOOK ESP 

Mark nmntm. reaeardi qwciaUst, will give a 
leetwe, 'low to Dei^op Toor ESP." at 67tt Street 
and Atkottc Aveme. R will baste at « p.B. and wiU 
cost adBlU 12.00 and students 11.00. 



HEALTH *IID mi-piTinw 

Elatae Oliver wUl give a lectaw « "BeaUb and 
Motrmm concepts irom Tte E<^r CayceBeaauKS." 
it wUl b^io at % p.m. at 61th Street and Atlantic 
Aveww. Admisskm is free. 

BEOKASKA'ffiSt LECTUSE ^^ ^ 

-Itoincarwitioe, Psychology aad Christianity," a 
lecture by Dr. B»tert ParyMT, director of ectan- 
tion for the AsKietetioB tor B^rch and EaUfM- 
emneat, wiU be giv«i at 6 p.m. It wM be at 6m 
Street and Atkatto Avenue. AdmlnioB is ^.00 for 
adnns and 11.00 for stadMls. 

LOTOS FESTIVAL _ 

ne Zlirt aflBoal Lotus F^ttval b^iiDS with a 
ncdal service at «ke Titenftde United IMhotfM 
OHKdi on anftridKe toad at 11 a.m. Itw Cape 
Htttry Woman's CMb is spooscHring tte evert wUch 
is being heM at tte Lotus Gardew in &iidbridge. 

VlfHIG PIKUECT 

A trntftm on Project Viktag, the missloa to 
Bars wiU begin at 1 p.m. in tte VbtiBbiBeMh 
PiOriic SdKXds PlaneUriaB. 1%e irianetuiun Is lo- 
cated at SOW 8o^ Lynhava Bd. in tte Pkn 
JBdor High School. Call 4M-1971 tor reservattotts. 



MONDAY 



LOTUS FESTIVAL 

The Lotus FesUval continues at tte Lotus Gar- 
dens, Sanfluidge. 



SAT^AY 



BIBLE LECTUBE 

"The Bible," a lecture by Mari( Yieweg, bJbUcal 
reseenter, will start at 3 p.m. at 67a arect.and 
AtlaaUc AvcMe adgaisajott is tree. 

nUEAM niTEitPBEAIlOII 

Ugh Lm Cajnsc will give a lecture. "Yon Can 
tateiiffct Too- DtmoM.' at 67tt Street and Atlantic 
Ansae. Tlie leetiffe begins at • p.B. Admlsstn a is 
92.00 tor adatts and f 1.00 tor ^wterts. 



TUESDAY 



imSiOM TO MASS 

Hie Virginia Bench Puldic Schools Plaaetariam 
wiU present a pragnun on nurs at 7 p.m. in tteir 
facilities at $m SoiMh Lynn Haven Boad in tte Plna 
Junior m^ S^ool. Call 4S6-1971 tor reservations. 

LOnSFOnVAL 

The Lotus Festival cortinues at the Lotus Gar- 
deu, ^ndbridge. 



FOR THE RECORD 



DiAirSUBT 

Joan M. Delaaey of VirgiiOa Beach was oae of 
22S stadents naned to tte dean's list at ChrUto- 
nher Mewpwt Odlege, Newport News, tar tte second 
semestCT of tte I974-7S year. Ste is tte daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Jote F. Ddaaey, 4104 Edinburgh 
Drtve. 

mrCHAFTEB 

lie toranUM of a new chapter ai tte Daugh- 
ters ol tte ijn«rlcan BevoluUiw in Virginte Beadi 
was aidhralMd hf tte Hatlonnl Board d Hanage- 
a«nt at ttair Jum Meting. 

Mrs. JsiMS J. Gregwy of Virginia Bee«A will 
npwvise tte ofganlxattoa irf tte new dtapter. Ot- 
gaids^ aeoihws of te new chapter wHl consist 
of bott new niters whose mdlcations are ap- 
proved i»tor to tte orpidsatianal meettng as well 
ns ^«8cal BM^CTs whMe tma^trs are efto^ie 
nrior to tte maMm. Plans are bOag natte fn-ite 
orpaiuUlowa bi^« to te held in tte Fan. 

C(»FEI»BAmi40GBTEBS 

Mrs. JaBes J. Gregory of Virginia Bead^ was 
ttstalled as Prudent of tte Hope-Maury Chapter, 
United Dan^ters of tte Confederacy at tteir June 
Be<|Diig. 



ACMSMIC iU:HIETEMBIT 

ftotert C. Eaton of 4348 Thoroi«hgood Drtw is 
on,' tte latest Dean's list for acadeaic achievement 
at' tte Universtty ol tte Soi^, edneattonal ceeler 
at tte E^Bcqial Oarch d 12 soottera states. Bob- 
ett, a jodor is OM of 136 stwtonts on tte list. 

COUMSELttt SMDIAS 

Two Vifftate Beadi retfdarts attended tte 197$ 
annmer ^Biur tor Ugh schod eounselon and 
teaiters at tte Art and Fashton ittvisiotts oi Mas- 
sey Jntor CoU^e, Atlanta. 

Ttfoa T. Fary. 411 Englewood IMve. a teacher 
coordinitor at Keiapeville H%h School, and Jeanne 
Ainslee, S205 Shoston Circle, a di^rttutive educa- 
tion eoordinatiB- at Frank V. Oa High Stttook at- 
tended tte SM^ms conducted by tte faculty and 
^0 <tf tte FartkB tt^irte of Ameria and tte 
ArtlMffinteoiAmatt. 



Mau nur te BMUttsd to Ste Dfad hy anlL 
neue BSU yevr noUM to Sun Ud, Vli^ala Bt»A 
Sam, 131 toseaii^ toad, VlrgWaBaa^ Ve. iS«a. 
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Tbe Air Operattons de- 
pAfteMt at Maral Air Oa- 
ttoB (MAS) Occam haapro- 
«iM«d tts ttird Sailor of 
OwMflitk. 

AriatioD liackinist Mate 
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(ADJAN) Steven F. Birbee 
«0B tin Air Statloa's Jtdy 
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to addlUon to bis naval 
dotlM, ADJAM B)«ee U 
in tbe TUerater Cbrist- 
ian Drama Clnb and is an 
avid tennis iilajrw. 

As sailor of tte mootb, 
Bjbt« rec^ves a framed 
letter of ctmimendation, a 
tree steak dinner, a 72 
bonr liberty, an engraved 
^tcta and a free wttkeed 
in WasUnctOB, D.C. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGINA: IK THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
Ciry OF VIRGIHIA BEACH 
MARGARET ELIZABETH 
SAUNDERS, 
CompIalnaDt 
vs. 

RICHARD NELSON SAUN- 
DERiS. 
Defendant 

to Chancery #C-75-678 
The AJect of this sait 
is to otrtain a divorce from 
bed and board in favor 
<a Margaret Elizabeth Sau- 
ders, complainant, against 
Richard NEL^N Saunders 
d^esdant, oi the erouods 
of desertion of the part 
of said defendant. An af- 
fidavit has been made and 
filed that diK diligence has 
been made to determine or 
ascertain in what County 
or Corporation the defen- 
dant resides without effect. 
The affidavit further states 
tmt service has been twice 
attempted on the defendant 
bat has been returned "Not 
Found" both times. It is 
ORDERED that the defen- 
dant appear before this 
Coort within ten days af- 
ter Ate publication of this 
Onter and protect his in- 
terests herein. It is OR- 
DERED that this Order be 
pobli^ed once a week for 
four SHCcessive wedcs in 
the Virginia Beach &n, a 
newspaper published in the 
' City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

AnseU, Butler li Canada, 
Attys. 

4336 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia B^ch, Va. 

VBS Joly 16, 23, 30, Ai«. 
6. 4t 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach <m the 

24th day of June, 1975 

Sally M. Carrico, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

William C. Carrico, 

l^fradant. 

The (Aject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matriB^nii from 
the said defemiant, upon 
the grounds of two-year 
s^»ration. 

And an afft(tovlt bav- 
Im, been made and filed 
that tbe dtf^cknt is a non- 
residmt of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
VR30, NAS, Alameda. Cal- 
ifornia it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 
ten(10}days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A ovy-Teste. JOHN V. 
FENTR^S: CLERK 
Thomas B. SiiKUeworth 
Claric, ^einhUber, Hot- 
heimer ft Staitf 
211 Pembn&e Three Buil- 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 

ViS July 2,9,16,23, 4t 



The Sun, July 16, 1975 - B-3 



Beach girls qualify 



SevM Virginia Beadi 
girls are among the edb- 
catloaal secretaries who 
have ipalified for a Pro- 
fesatoaal Standards Certi- 
ficate issoed by the Na- 
tioaal AssociatioB of Ed- 
ttCsllMal Secretaries 
(IIAES). 

Margaret Bowror, Mar- 
querite DeVan^ Ger- 
trnde Fi a. Rath^lgman, 

Mayo aid Fraaca McCles- 
ay will receiveeertificates 
at the asaoelatioB's aiuwal 
eoa l e f e a ce to be Friday in 
FaTctteMUe. Ark. 



the Professloiial Stan- 
dards Program (PSP) rec- 
ogBiics tte M^erleace, ed- 
oatftOB and profnsional 
activity of otnee persmnel 
hicdMatiaB. 

Aim attoiding the con- 
fercMC from Virginia 
BcMh will be Mimtfe Tay- 
loe, PSP Chairman for Vir- 
giala and Ibiiae L. Prine, 
preridad of tte Vtrfinia 

cKtiOMl Seerelartes and 
tte MAES memtertfh4> 
chairman fOr Virginia. 
BoBi women bofai advanced 
PSP certificates. 



Lion's second term 



A Virgtaia Bmck r«s- 
ideut begin hIa mcomI term 
as a iMmter of tte Lioas 
iBteraatioiial Board ot Di- 
rediHv. 

Edward "Mocm" Kosjer 
atartsd Us aew term fol- ' 
lowtef tte Lioas tateraa- 
tioaal 51th amnal eoavea- 
tioa in Oaltex. Tte organ- 
iiatioa is te targut ser- 
vtee cM in tte wwld.wWi 
over oae mlllkm members. 

Itosier is a 20-year 
mcflriMT of tte Wards Cor- 
ner Uoas Chd>. He has be«i 
District 24-DGoveraorand 
chairman <tf his district's 
bliad-maite latxhKts sale. 

Kosjer has also served 
as cAairmaa ot tte board 
of (ttrectors M tte CHd Oo- 
miaton Eye Baak aad tfate 
cteirmaa (tf Sgti Couer- 
vatioo aad Blind Activities. 



He has doa« wwt with 
variOHS assoelatiou tor 
tte Wad. 

Kosjer and his wife, Er- 
ma, lave two dau^ters. 



(«DER OF PUBLICATKW 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of tte 

City of Virginia Beach, oa 

tte 90i day of Jnly, 1975. 

Bevn-Iy Jane P(q>Un Toey 

Plaiatitt, 

against 

Darryl Lee Toey, 

Ddiadut. 

Ite (^ect ^ Ois sntt 
is to obtalB an absolute 
Divorce fnmi the said de- 
fodant, qion flie grounds 
of desertton. 

Aad an affidavit tevlng been 
made ud filed Uut (tae di- 
UgenM has been used by 
or in b^alf of tte Com- 
plainaid to ascertain in 
whic h CTua ty or p r- 

wtthoid effect, the last 
known post office address 
teing: 5S40 Newtown Arch, 
A$t. 101, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered ttat 
te do appear tere within 
tea (10) days after doe 
piUieaticn hereof, and do 
what may te necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
soft. 

A o^-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Tidewater Legal Aid Soc- 
iety 

700 Didce Street 
norkXk, Virgtaia 23510 

VBS Jtiy 16, 23, 30 Aug. 
6 « 



(»DER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CmCOIT COORT OF THE 
Cmr OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE DAY OF JULY, 
1975. 

In re: AdopUon of CYNTHIA 
~ MOSHER 

MICHAEL STEPHEN 
GdGAN 
Petitioners 
To: Donald Ray Boms 
c/o Mrs. Helen Anabelle 
Five Walmit Street 
Aidmm, New York, 
la Claacery «C7S-959 
This day came Michael 
Stephea Gogan and Linda 
Marie Moaher Gogan, Pe- 
titioners, aod represented 
ttat the object of this pro- 
ceeding is to effect the 
adaption of tbe above nam- 
ed infant, Cynthia Ann 
Mrater, by Micteel Ste- 
phM Goigan aad Linda Mar- 
ie Ifetdler Gogan, hn^nnd 
and wtle, and afiidavtt hav- 
ing be«B made and filed that 
DoaaM Ray Bans, anatur- 
al parent o( said child, is 
a aoB-resident of tte State 
of Virgiaia, the last kaown 
pcwt oi&ce address bting: 

Five Walnut Street, Au -' 
bum. New York. It is there- 
fore (^'dered ttat tte said 
Doaald Ray Bums appear 
befbre this Court ;wlttin 
ten (10) days after pub- 
lication of this Order and 
indicate his/ter attitude 
toward ttepreoposed adop- 
tioa, or otterwise (k> what 
is accessary to irotect his 
iirterrat in this matter. 
A vnfif teste: Jote V. Fen- 
tress, Clerk 
James E. Brydges 
2413 Paeiflc Avenae 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

VBSJuly 16, 23,30,Aug.6, 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATWN 
Virginia: IN THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH OS THE 
<th PAY OF JULY, 1975. 
Grady Lamar Williams 
and 

Martha Elaine Fowler Wil- 
liams 

Petition to Ad(^ 
ChrtStopher ■ Lawrence 
Whaley 

Tamey Marie Whaley 
In Chancery #C-75-998 

The object of this suit 
is for the petitioners to 
(riitain tte idoj^ion of 
Ctiristopber Lawrence 
Whaley and Tamey Marie 
Whaley. 

An affidavit has been 
made and filed that Larry 
auidford Whaley is not a 
reakient of this State, aod 
his last known address is 
4110 North 9tt Street, 
Cterleston, South Caro- 
lina, it is ordered that 
te aniear tefore this Court 
within ten days after due 
pid>lication of this order 
aad protect his interests 
herein. 

TESTE: JOHN V. FEN - 
TRESS, CLESK 

It is ORDERED that tte 
foregoing porticm of tte 
Order te pgblished once 
a week lor four succes- 
sive weeks in tte Virgin- 
ia B^eh Sua, a newspaper 
poblidied aad having gen- 
eral circulation in tte City 
of Norfolk, Virginia. 
A. E. Calevas, Atty. 
^604 Plaza OaaBldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

VBSJuly 16, 23, 30, Ai«. 
6 4t 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
VmCINU: IN THE CIR- 
COTT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGimA 
BEACH 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

CHfE 19C2 FCttD FAIR - 
LANE 

IdetdificatiaB 
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THERESA JEAN LYNCH 
3319 Verdon Avcaae 
Norfolk. Virgiaia 
L-U07C 
Tte ob|eet (rf ttis sail 
is for tte defeadaat, Ther- 
esa Jeaa Lyach, to riiow 
cause on tte 27tt day oi 
August, 1975, at 10:00a.m. 
in tte Circuit Court of tte 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, why tte said 1962 
Ford Fairlaae should not 
te condemaed and sold to 
raforce forfcittire, as pro- 
vided by Section 18. 1- 
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gut virstBw4(l3lSOV 95 
f amended. ' '- "- 
An Allidavit having been 
made ttat tte defendaid, 
Tteresa Jeaa Lyadi can- 
not te located and tte last 
known address was 3319 
Verdon Avemie, Norfolk, 
Virginia. 

It is ftirttor ORDERED 
ttat this ncrtice te pubUsh- 
ed in tte Virginia Beach 
Smi News, a newspaper 
teidng a gewral cirenla- 
tlOB in tte City of VirginU 
Bea^ Virginia, once a 
we^ for two successive 
wedu. 

Teste: JOHN V. FEN- 
TRESS, CLERK 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court erf the City of 

Virginia Beach, on tbe 1st 

day of July, 1975. 

Kevin James Robinson, 

PUifltiff, 

against 

Bonnie Sue Robinson, 

Defendant. 

Tbe object of tbis suit 
is to (Hitain a divorce a 
roensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon tbe 
gnxuds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tbe de- 
f«K!aat is a non-resident 
of tte State of Virginia, 
ter last known post office 
address beii%; Route 2, 
Clymer, Pemsylvania it is 
ordered that die do appear 
here within ten(10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do wtet may te ne- 
cessary to proted ter in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Brydges k Hvdgins 
1369 Udcin Rd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circatt Court (rf tte City of 

Virginia Beach, on tte lOtt 

day of July, 1975. 

Mifeteel B. Channelle, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Margaret A. Chappelle, 

Deftadant. 

The Direct of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a measa 
et ttero to te merged into 
a divorce a vincuto matri- 
monii from tte defendant 
upon tte grounds td deser- 
tion. 

And anafMavittevingbeai" 
made and filed that tte de- 
fendant is aaoh-resid«it(rf 
tte SUte of Virginia, tte 
last known post office ad- 
dress teing: IM^arRonte 
A, Patterson, Louisiana it 
is ordered ttat stedoap- 
pear here within ten(10) 
days after due publication 
tereof, and do i^at mayte 
necessary to protect ter 
irterest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Wallace B. Smitt. Atty. 
#4 Stoney Point 
700 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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ORDEl or PUBLICATION 
.IB tte Clerk's Office of Ifce 
Cifiml Court M the City (A 
VlilW* Beach, «»»e2Ttt 
dayolJune, 1975. 
Mary Lou O'Brieo, 
Plaintlfl, 
afatast 

Janes EMward O'Brien^ 
DeleMtauit. 

The object of this suit is - 
to oWain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of adultery or a 
divorce a mensa et thoro 
on the iroonds of desertioa. 
And an ffftevlt tai^ teen 
mtf^ and ftled th«l XW^- 
tendait is a aoo-resident of 
the State of Virfinia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress KBfgg: c/o Fleet Post 
Office, New York, New 
York, it is oi<<tered ttatJte 
(ki an>^r here within ten 
(10) days afto-dwe jmblica- 
tion hereof, rad do what may 
be necessary to protect Ai$; 
interest in this suit. 
A cctty-teste. VMn V. 
FENTRE^, CLERK 
Soheri D. t.ucas, Jr. 
9e« Pkza (tee 
Norfolk, Virginia 

VBS July 2, 9, «, 23, « 



(Ml>m. OF P<fflLK:ATION 
VIRGINIA: IK THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE CITY 
OF VIRGINU BEACH ON 
THE E3RD DAY OF JUNE, 
1975. 

Doris Y. Averett, 
€oin|iUinant, 
vs. 

J(An H. Averett 
1531 CooUdge Avenue 
Roslyii, Pennsylvania 
19001, 
Respondent. 

InChancei7 
, The object of this «ait 
's to effect pnrtitioniiaoQKst 
tiie owners bjr saieoi-other- 
wise, of real imnerfy in the 
City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, known as Lot- 226, 
on that certain plat entit- 
led "Section One(l), West- 
moreland Estates . 

An Affidavit having been . 
made and filed^that John H. 
Averett is a ndn- resident of 
the ^te of inrginia, his 
last known post office add- 
ress tieiag 1531 Coolidge 
Av«iue, Roslyn, Pennsyl - 
vania 19001. 

It is Ordered that the 
aforesaid non-resident de- 
fendant appeur within ta 
(10) days after (kie pubUea- 
tieo of yus^ Or^r smI^d 
what is necessary, tei, pro- 
tect his interest. 

R is further ordered ttiat 
the foregwng portm of this 
order be published once n 
week for four consecutive 
weeks in the Virginia Bea6h 
Siu, a newspaper of general 
dreuktion \m the City cA- 
Viifinia iBeac^, Virginia. 
A aqjy-teste^ JOHN ^ 
FENTRESS: CLERK 

VBS July 2, 9, W, 23, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, «i the 

SMh day of June, 1975. 

Michael F. D. Miller, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jean auiwell MUler. 

Defendant. ' 

The iriiject ai this snit 

is to oMain % divorce, a 

mensa et tlk»o from Oe 

said defendaitt, qnn Oe 

grounds of d»ertton. 

; And an affidavit having 

• been made and filed that the 

. defendart is a non-resident 

; of the State of Virginia, Iwr 

last known post office being: 

2500 Eastway Drive, Char- 

: fcjtte. North Carolina It is 

ordered that she (k) appear 

' here within ten (10) days 

: after due publication hereof, 

' and do what may be nec- 

■ essary fo protect her in- 
' terest in thLs salt. « , 

A copy-Teste-: JOTH V 
: FENTREffi: CLERK 
' Brydges & Hadglns, Attys. 

■ 1369 Laskin Rbnd 

: Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

; VBS July 9, 16, 23, 30 4t 

CMJDEE OF PUBLICATION 

In the circuit court of the 

city <rf Virginia Beach m 

the 30th day of June, 1975. 

BrMria Joyce Risso 

C(Mipiainart. 

», 

John George RiMo, 

Address Oakwrnm, 

Oefentto. 

CHANCERY NO. 

The ot^ect of this suit 
is fbr the complainant to 
obtain from tte.defeodatt 
a diwrce from the bonds- 
of matrimony on the 
grounds ttat tke prties 
have lirad s^ntate and 
apart, withcrtarfabitatioo, 
tor a period of more than 
1*0 (2) years, ami affidavit 
iBvtag beM made that raU 
MMtett is not a resl- 
** of the state of Vir- 
Jft^ ife is hereby reqnir- 
etf to affear within im 
(10) days after itae pub- 
llcattoB teres! nnd do what 
■ay he UManry to pro- 
tect his Jrterests. It is 
ORDERED that this Order 
be published auce a wedc 
for four (4) successive 
wedu it Virgiiria Beat* 
Sm. a newspaper havl^ a 



g«ieral circulation in tiM 

City xA Virginia Beach, 

Virginia. 

COOT-teste: JOHN V. FEN- 

TRE^: CLERK 

TinMhy W. Fiacton, 

Prter K. Batelas k As- 

nciates, P.C. 

210 Atlantic NatiMal Bank 

Building 

415 St. Paul's Voulevard 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

VK Jilly 9^ 16, 23, 30, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virfinia Beach on the 

2Sth day of June, 1975. 

OlafS^OsmundsoB, 

P^t^ 

against 

aierry Martin Osmundson, 

Defen^t. 

The object <rf this suit 
is to eMain a divorce from 
the bonds of matrimony 
from the said defendant, 
iqxm the groimds of s^- 
aration for over one year. 
And an affidavit hav- 
ii% been made and filed 
that the defendant is non- 
resident of the State of 
Viifinia, the last known 
ViBBk (Mce address being: 
tK> Laurter Blvd., A[2. 
FlOl, Brockville, Ontario 
:lt is ontered that she do 
appear here within teo(10) 
days- alter due piMication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
iirterest in this sdt^ 
A c«y-Teste: JOHN V. 
FERTOESS: CLERK 
Edwart T. Caton 
P. 0. Box 42 

Virginia Bach, Virginia 
234H 

VBS Jsly 2,9,16,23, 4t 



(HIDER 
VlRGDiU: IN THE CIR- 

curr COURT of the 

CITY OF VSUUNIA BEACH 
OmrWS. 23HD DAY OF 
JUNE, 1975 

In the Matter of the Ad^- 
tioo of Michael aeven Yal- 
oU 

by:: DEAN ERNEST MEL- 
LSTROM andPEGGlEAS- 
LEEN MELLSTROM • 
To: Mr. J(An Leonard Yal- 
oU 

General Delivery 
Pueblo, Colorado 41002 
In Cteneery No. 
C-75-892 

This day came DEAN 
ERNEST MELLSTORMand 
POiGY EARLEEN MELL- 
STROH, Petitimers, and 
represented Oat Uw ob- 
ject of this pro^ediag is 
to effect the adqitifln of 
the above-named infant. 
MICHAEL STEVEN YAL- 
OTZi bjr DEAN ERNEST 
MELL^iH>M and vm- 
GT CAItLEEN MELL- 
STROM, bttsfannd and wife, 
aid affidavit having been 
BM^ and filed that JCHIN 
LEONARD YAUrrz, a na- 
tural jfOvA of said child. 
Is a nonresident of the 
^te of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: General Delivery, 
Perfilo, Colnad 810«, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said JOHN LEO- 
NARD YALOTZ appear 
before this Court witlun 
tea (10) days after pu)>- 
Ucation of this Order and 
indicate his attitude to- 
ward the prt^sed adop- 
ti^,^ or otherwise do wlat 
is necessary to protect his 
iirterest in this matter. 
A can teste: JOHN V. 
FERTRE^, CLERK 
WQUan H. Colona, Jr. 
Attoraey lor the Petition- 
ers 

1397 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 
234S1 

VBS July 2,9,16,23 41 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGIKU: IN THE 
CIHCUIT COURT OF THE 
OTY OF VIRGINU BEACH 
ON THE 9TH DAY OF JULY 
1975 

FUST A MERCHANTS NA- 
TIONAL BANK 
Comidainant, 
Vs: 

CARL G. DICK 
P. 0. Box 899 
MarshviUe, Mass (ffi050 
ami 

ANITA F. DICK 
P.O. Bm^99 

Marskville, Mass. 02050 
Def«idaMs. 

C75-997 
The object of the above 
style suit is to sell a piece 
of rad estate described in 
the Bill of Complaint, in 
order to satisfy a jiKlg- 
ment which was rendered 
against the defendants, 
Carl G. Dick and Anita 
F. Dick. And it an>ear- 
ing by affidavit flkd ae- 
edrding to law that the 
defendants Carl G. Dick 
and Anita F. Dick, are not 
resideris of the State of 
Virginia, and tbe£r last 
known addr^s is P.O. Box 
899, MarsbvUle, Mass. It 
is therefore (MDEREDttAt 
the said Carl G. IMck and 
Anita F. Dick do ^ppeAT 
within ten <10) days after 
toe publicatjwi of this Or- 
tfer, in t^ Clerk's OMce 
of tte afn-esaU Conrt^^ 
(to whit is necessary to 
prrtect their Interest. It is 
ftirtber ORDERED that this 
Order be published once a 
we^ for kmr sw:Msive 
mifks m the Vir^b 
Beach Sun a newspaper 



primed in the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Vii^inia. 
A copy teste: John V. Fen- 
tress: Clerk 
Harold J. Goodman 
Attor^y at Law * 
1120^rrowRud 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 



VBS July 
6. 4t 



16, 23, 30, kag. 



MOTICE 

Pwrsnant to a certain 
decree wter^ on the ITOi 
day of January, 1975, in 
the Circuit Court of tba 
City of Virginia Bea<A, 
Virgiitti in the matter of 
jQta Hatyiko, Jr.; tjk Ex- 
Veii M^ta« and Sioring 
Company v. Ottrtes W. 
Hymaa and Inez Hyman 
Docket Number 10091, the 
undersigned will offer for 
sale tm Friday, August 8, 
1975 at 12:00 Now at p«b- 
lic auction, to tte high^ 
bidder, in fitmt of the 
Cmrthouse, Virgina 
Beach, Virginia the pro- 
perty. 
All of ttese certain tots, 
pieces or parcels of land, 
situate, lying and bcteg 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, known, 
numbered aaddadcittted 
as Lot^e, and ^ Nor- 
theni 30' tf Lot 5, in 
Block S, as ^ivn b|>- 
OB the j^t of BOCMCER 
WASBDRSTCW PARK, 
dated February 10, ms, 
and duly of record k the 
Cleric's Office (rttbe Cir- 
cuit CoiGrt of the City 
of Virginia Btacfc, Vir- 
ginia, in Map Bocdc 7 
at pt^ 66; reference 
to said plat being here- 
by made for a morepar- 
ticalar deKr^oi and 
tocati<m of the aforesaid 
fffoperty. 

Said pr^rty being 
known, annbend and 
desolated according to the 
present system of aum- 
berli« as 221 Marteita. 
Virginia Beadi, Vltflaia. 
Terras of said ale stadl 
be amnimced at the time 
of tte sale. Reqnired hood 
had been posted. 

Said property being sub- 
ject to certata liens and. 
mortgages, a detailed list- 
ing of which shaU faeavail- 
aUe at the sale. 

This sale is sdiject to 
the confirmation ot the 
Court. T6rms: 10%(^x>stt; 
cash, certified check, or 
cashier's check at time 
(rf sale to be antlied to 
the purchase price with 
the balance to be paU at 
settteffl^. 

Rexford-R. Cherrynun 
^lecial CcnaraisstoBer 

This is to oemif that 
tte court- wdered surety 
bogjd her^ has been duly 
given and posted in <sa- 
fonsity irith Code of Vir- 
ginia, 1950, 8-6S8. 
John V. ^liress. Clerk 

VBS iuly 16, 23, 30, Aug. 
6 4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach on the 

2Sth day of June, 1975. 

Roxy C<a Friant, 

Plaitfiff, 

against 

Ediord Albert Friant, 

Ddtadaat. 

Tte (^ect of this suit 
is to obtaia a diwrw a 
vincuto miArimoMi from 
tte said defendant, upooOe 
grtNUds of a separati«aie- 
tween the parties wttlNnit 
intemvtkM k withoitt co- 
tebibUion for more than 
oMy^. 

And an affidavit hav- 
ing been made ai^ filed that 
tte defendaitf is a non- 
resideit (rf tte State of 
Viiginia, tte last known 
post office address Iteiag; 
Lot 81, Esquire Court, Su- 
burban Trailer Park, Lex- 
ington I^rk, Harylaod it 
is ordered that te do ap- 
pear here within t^lO) 
tbys after <tae pd>lication 
tereef, and do wtat mayte 
nec«(sary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Lewis, Sacks L Delaura, 
Atty. 

Suite 508 Plaza One 
Norfolk, Virfinia 



A c^f-teste: JOra V. 
FEHTRl^i: CLERK 
Garland M. UyIra, Atty. 
P. 0. toxSIll, 
a^WkleaattoR 

vi^^ mm Va. »m 

VBS July M, 23, 30. Ai«, 
6, 4t 



VBS July 2,9,16,23,41 



(MDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Bach, on the 
9th day of July, 1975. 
Rotert Clar«ice Wirth, 
Plaintiff, 

Mildred Ruth Fye Wirth, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vlnailo matrimonii from 
the said defmdant, qpontbe 
grounds rf Uv^ separate 
and apirt for more than 
one (1) y^r. 

Ani an affiMa vtt bavii^ been* 
made and filed that te de- 
fentant is a non-r»ident 
of the ftate d Vli^inia, 
the last imnm post office 
addrert beii^: P.O. Bte 65, 
HoUywort, Marylai^, 
^36 it is ordered that 
ste do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
pAUcation bermf, and do 
iMitf may be necessary to 
pnilect her Interest in this 
suit. 



(ACER OF PUBLICATIQM 
in Vtm eirtmit eo«tt (tf tte 
city irfYlivtnia Beadi JuM 
80.1W6. 
^^T. ^dnrartz 
Cora^ataiant, 

V. 

Mary K. Schwaits, also 
known as Mary M. Stih- 
varts, 
RespoBdent. 
la aMc«ry No. 16119 
Tte QliledL (tf tUs ntt 
U to ^Ml parttUott 
anwng^ te awaen, by 
ale w ott»iite, of te 
hefl^B^^ ii^artedreU 
IKOgita^ i^iatsd te Vir- 
gtala Baa«A, Vlrgtsto. uf 
whfaA 9md T. SdnmrU 
and Mai7 K. Sdnniti, 
a/k/a Mary M. SAwarts, 
are te mmers oCtepnip- 
erty mt tMaats iBJttBBOB; 
tte pispnlyteiBg^scrlb- 
edastoUows: 
AU ttet«ei^inM;iiieee 
or pared (ff toad with 
te taUdiags and im- 
p rov c me a ts teWMi. sit- 
wte u te Kanpsirttte 
Ministerial IMstrUA in 
tte City itf Viifinia 
B»ch, Vltgigta, and 
known, Mnberadaadft- 
sigaated as Lot No. 9 
(» te Plat otf iOed "Cor- 
correiEted Plat of Sub- 
idivisioa of property of 
C. M. HodgniSi teU-s, 
Ptlu^ Ane Cm^, 
Vingiaia", rwawted^ 
te Clerk's C^lee of te 
Ctrailt OmX lA te CHjr 
of Vlr^iia Beadi toMap 
Book », Mge », re- 
ference to saU plat be- 
ing made for a more 
parUcdar (Ascription of 
said p ro p e rty . 
Aad an Affidavit having 
been nmile ttat 11^ K. 
SdNiiti, mft/ik Umej M. 
Sdhwarta, is a aowaMdMt 
(A this Side; andaJOdntt 
teviag beea nadetliat dU- 
igenw has becaasadiitaad 
OB befeatfafteCoa^taia- 
jmt to aamrtaia In.wiat ■ . 
oondy or enporatiaa tte 
Rnpnaiert, Mary K. Sch- 
warti^ a/k/a Mary M. Scb- 
warts. If Uving, is; tkat 
ter last post office add- 
ress was tOS^SmUiSnet, 
Laltyrite. tadaaa^ B is 
(StDERO}- tlut te said 
aowesidei^ aamdy, Masj 
K. Schwartz, tfkJ*. Wuj 
M. SdmuU, if ^e te 
Uving, d» nveaf MtWa 
ten (10) days after iiBepid>- 
lieatiin of this (tatier and 
do lAat is aecessai7 to 
P'oted ter ideresL 

tt is fiirtlia- (MtOESED 
ttet te jftsegoing portkm 
Qi this (toner be paWsit- 
ed oaee a week for fnir 
(4} sswessive weeks in 
te Virgiida Batft.Saa. a 
new^^er p rt)U s te d la te 
City of Viigida Beach, in 
te State (tfVirgiBia. 
A Co^-tMte: JOHN V. 
FEHTRESS: CLERK 
James R. MdCeia^ 
ffiOYLES, MCKERRY * 
GORRY 

35tti Street and PaclflcAve. 
VlrginU Beach, Viniaia 
23451 

VBS July 9, 16, 23, 30. « 



OKDra 
VmCOBA. IN TRE 
CLBK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CntCUn' COURT OF THE 

cmr OF vmGiHU beach 

ON TBE IITH DAY OF 

JULY, 19'ra 

In re: Adoptioa of Antimto 

Gaisqpi BiAobMie 

By: Canrtya Ann Eliter it 

James M^r Elder 

Petitioners 

To: Josei* IMgene^ Ro- 

totone 

c/o Grand Unkn Grocery 

Rlncrest- Mortis, nor- 
land 
In Chancery C-75-185 
This day came Carolyn 
Aim EUb- and Janes Wal- 
ter Elder, Pettttoaers, and 
represested that te (AJed 
of this proceedli^ is to 
^ect te adc^itioB of tte 
above named inifairt,Airt(m- 
to Gnisef^i Rotolone, by 
Carolyn Ann Elder and 
James Walter Ehler, 
husband and wtte, and af- 
fidavit bavii^ beei nia<^ 
and filed tet Jo^* I^ 
gene Rototone, a natinl 
laratf tA said cUld, is a 
non-resided of te ^te 
Hi Virginia, tte kstkaow:: 
post <ma address teiag: 
c/o Grand Unkn Groctfy: 
Store, Hlllcrest Heq^, 
Maryland, It is ttere- 
fore Ordered tet te said 
Jo5e{4i Ei^we Ro- < 
tolone aiyi^r before this 
Cmut within ten (10) days 
after pdtUcatiim of ttds 
Order and todicate his d- ' 
titude toward te iu-(^)os- 
ed adoptim, or otherwise 
(to what is necessary to 
protect his Interest in this 
matter. 

A eon teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Cleric 
JamesA.Gorry 
Broyles, l^nry, Gorry 
Attends at Law 
Pacific Atw. aad 35th a, 
Virginia ^teh, Va. 234S1 



VBS July 
6, 4t 



U. a, 40, Ai*. 



ORDiK 
VmOMA m THE 

CL^« wnci Of nE 
oicwr e««w OT THE 

OtY W'WWmiA BEACH 

OT THE IIM DAt OF 

JW.Y, IMS. 

In re: Adcytnn of CyrtUa 

l^^se^^m 

1^: Can^ Am Ekter aad 

Jam«i Watter Elder 

^tit^mrs 

ftoiBiUrVftyaeS^ton 

Wo CaliliMnIa State M^al 

Vaeaiffie, C^. 9MM 
In (Ma^ry IC-TS-ltS 
TUs itoy owe Candyn 
Aaa EMe- iM JaamVal- 
t« BiarrMlittaen, sHl 
rijireiimtad tet tte i^eet 
«r ^ js&mki^ Is to 
dl^ Ik* iivU^ «tf te 
am% anwd-^Art, Gyn- 
tM4lart»»Snti^lif Car- 
v^ .Aa»<uyM> sad Ames 
Walter Hfer, )M*aM and 
wile, uA affitevit taving 



Dees made zjoA Ui^ iu, 
BUIy Wayne Seiton, a oa 
turn! parent of said child, 
is a non-resident of iiio 
State of Virginia, te U 
known post office addr: 
teing: c/o California Stace 
Mental Institution, Vac- 
avllle, Ca. 956«8 It is 
therefore Ordered that the 
said Billy Wayne Sexton 
anwar before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and Indicate his attitude 
toward te prcqxised adop- 
tion, or otherwise do wtet 
is necesury to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, clerk 
J^Bi^ A. Qmtf 
Broyles, HcKmit, Gorry 
AttorMys at Law 
ft£iflc Ave iwl SStb a. 
Virginia teed, Va. 2*151 

V^ Jvly 16, 23, 30.Ai«. 
6 4 



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iflc kwmm and 11««k^. ^ig 
^» i^ in liw vimnta 9mm 
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OWJER OF PUBLICATIOM 

VntGIMIA: IN THE CmCUIT COURT OF THE CITY 

OF VIRGflnA BEACH ON THE 24TH DAY OF JUNE, 

1975. 

MBOOEBiraQM. 

^^^bsUttte C^unittee tor Antie Eva Goffigan, 

CofflidaiMid. 

V.' - ',."-■-='-' 

ANNIE WiA QOFEKUII. et als, 

DefeMtaBls. 

i ; n CAraCBIIE MO, C''79-%>3 

rtssis^A pt this ait Is-te tte ^aiplainiat to sdl 

fr^r tf te iM»»^e|aA drileodaitf, Aiml4 Eva 

iid to aai te ^SEWda fio- te ^^n^rt and 

of Attde Eva Gotten, said pn^erty being 

jbUows: 

All that certain real f«iqpc^ wltt te bdUI« 
and ImprovemeMl Oihwb, Kaowa, matt««d ud 
^ des^aated a« Mui^l flnvber 13 on titeflan M 
part rt te AObattPtr naee, Lynntova Hmider- 
ial OsMet, aoMe by SJi. SUnpsoa «h> J. W. 
B<«ier Oft Oeeember Ittk, ltt4 aad r«»ntod in 
te CInM DMrt ^ te City tf Viniaia Beach 
in Itap B«Mc 7, pa^ 13, SAVE i^TOSCEPT 
aU that^^ part of 9msA Itattcr 13 tek» hy te 
City c( Wi^aia Bmm* ^ a CtfUfi^e <tf TaU^t 
in Deed Book 14^9, pii^ 623 Md doyp oo that 
oertainfid nttfM: "PUt SUi«i»Snrer Water 
aad tttUttte Easmod" from tte Est^ tA Annie 
En qc^u ks tk» Cffjr (tf VSq^ida BauA, 
Virgiatai. LynAftven Bonwg^ reviaed^deMier 
6, .1973, MdDooald aad Ovoma ComiUiv Ea- 
giflten, Viifiaia Bea«h, Viigiaia aad reoodad 
in te Cterkfs OBkm m te Orcalt Coart is 
VirgUa Baadi, Virgil la Map Book 107. page 

kt/fSBAKM teviag beea made tet (tae ffiUgwce 
has teea nsed igr aad oa bakatf of tteeom^^a^to 
asecriaiaja lAat eoody or oaporattoaHary Voodheea 
aad^Et^a- BrMn are,> ^lieid effect; that te fol- 
lo^ag pwaons an aoa-reaMeats <tf te Sate (rf Vir- 
ginia, nd thdf iMt knows port tms* addrMCM are: 
Mrtvli P. Hnpt, 32 EUnwtt Street, W«t Rawn, 
Goaa«etieHt«i^ Mattie Itoteralied, 510L f^t Adams 
araet. OdoM OUwds lOiM^ Jimmie IKsMm, 9608 
^^ ^!?%J^ Ad Park, QaeMs. If .X.: U<A Wals- 
toa, 9MI mm'Mmm. K Rep Parte, Oaeefis, M.Y.; 
Mura»lU«M, 9«l Sitt AvHM, K lq;s Hrk, 
fll il M. V.T.; TswM Kaowlei,^ M3 Haaeock ^ert, 
i|t. H Mvl^jm, Rew York US33; Vetaa Edmrds. 
W jfcyifllhMfr 4aAy 'fciwfc^wy.ltoi, %os% iMMr fcha 
Vdatei^ 919 Bedterj Avewn Brool^n, Ifew York; 
mm WaMm, 3» MacDoold »nrt. Broald]«, New 
T«k 11211^ Clara Aidgers. I30-42-22m Street. Uur- 
sttMi, Keir Yort; and tet tea aiv or B«y be pasties 
&dw«atod ia te mdijeet mSitt U Ms site whim 
amn are aakaowii aad lAo may te m<Mre flaUf dea- 
cribadrM parties MdcKnm ^do are aB tte otter teira 
at Ja»^ AatfrEn GcMI«tt lAoM aaes aad^places 
of mritece art oakaswa; aad vgr fitter vmnm wte 
mr^ita an itftfnt in te w^ert antterirftlito suit 
r is (^%RED aiA te said UtaymooSmm. Svdyn 
Bron^ Mtfvia p. H^aM, J^tte IbttM^Ri. Jlmmie 
Wdstoo, Zudc WalstOB, Wnanm Valium. Tvanw 
Ibctwlcs, Velma Edwards, £«a 1W^hi» WUi* Walston 
and CLan Rod^ aad ftrties Dakwn do appear 
wtthU. te «o*^ter da ptfkatkm hereirf and do what 
■wteiwiBaaaqrto pm^^ttiir taterMs. 

R is. fisther <ffDERQ} thai this Order te pob- 
lished ox^ a ««« for fonr sHceailwe wedcs in te 
Vitfinla Beach Sun, a newqmper potriiish^ in te City 
of Viiftaia Brach, aad teviag a general circulation 
in te City of Vlr^nla Bach, VlnlBia. 
A C<i|>y-ta*e: JMN V. FERTRES - CLERK: 
Moa^i l^liima and MUler 
Atton^rsyLMr 
CeiMaIBtildi« 
CeMQr at Coart ar^t 



VKJalyf. 9, 16.23, 4t 



■ NOnCEOFPUBUGBEARDIG 

-m Vixftola B«u:h Bnrd trf Zoa^ iM«M& will <»n- 
^a.IN«lc Bau1ar«^lMBM!to|, A««rt 6, 1975. 
^. 1^ E^-Ji**-** Clraitt CoMtleom «, City Hall. 
^iti^Ba#, Vbglaia. ttei^wrtiy^^^HnwwiU 
an)car4atte^^wdi. . ■' 

fLttSEiiAK ROTE OF imxMma^aiack'nm. 

1. O^^rnd^jafy %, MW). Tte Hw^MmI CoqpenlkB 
r^miiM !k ncite(» to aUmpuMdi In Ike nqidzwd 
settei±:i^(]^|at)U]xtt(Ki .IrtHi^ Pn^ A^Mp^ltt % 





itysbtoUr- 



3. vantace of l.s 

fefei _- ,... . . !)m Grace Aveauc 

instead of 15 feet as required of Lots 24 and 25, Bto- 
K, Rnd«»*- Heights. 4S9 Southside Road I,Tnnh3vet! Bti- 
ough. 

4. Melv. 

to a 2 foot real ysinJ setback instead oi IG feet &«> 
required of Lot 147, Section 4, Lynnteven Colony, 
2949 Summer Haven Road. Lynateva Borough. 

5. Co-Par Realty Corporation re<|uests a variance of 
7 feet to a 3 foot rnr yard setteck Instead of 10 feet 
as re(iuired and to waive te required landsaping in 
the sett' Parcel, Level Green, 929 Level Green 
Boulevn -iW^ Borough. 

6. Engeite ^ e^pMsts a variance to allow te 
parking of U -atioaal Equipment (boat) in front 
of te building wteie prohibited instead of behind te 
nearest portion of te bnlldiag to a public street on 
Lot 5, Block 43, Section 4, Pembroke Manor, 316 
Anthony Wayne Road. Bayslde Borough. 

7. John Aragoa reqnasts a variance of 12,5 feet to a 
37.5 foot front yard aetteck Instead of SO feet a re- 
quired of Lot 26-A, Section 4-A, BaycUff, Bay Pcdat 
Drive. Lyaateva Boroygh. 

S. Martin E. Fentaiaa nv^its a variams ctf 9 tat 
to a 1 fo<M sUe^ teteAilMMultfl0teAisrB- 
(V^^ed of IM 24, KM RiU, 152 Clirtcm Areet. Keaq^- 
vUleAMMih. 

9. C^mm. C. GMter i^^pats a ndaace toallcnk te 
pattlMi itf Major Re«3tMimal.g^toiB«d{i^nrtelte) 
in finmt of te tai^g titere pd^ad iu«^ «f te- 
hlnd te uaeert pittttaa (tf tha tetUtaf to a p^ 
^net dji^^^ iSdfc «, Jc^toa 4. PaMw^lMior, 
504 PriMul iittfc hiwMattnMgi. 

10. Baiatfl &< Aqn^ii nw^ds a variants of 3 fM 
to a 7 fott iide mxA sate* ^Mad oClOla^atre- 
qttiral (w«rt ^i9f«tto Itte) of te &^kes UM i^of 
L^ «, Blodt M,^^^ O, Cape Bmu^, WIAsX 
areet. LyniteveB Bofi^i^ 

U. Tnvis E. Blate rwofa^ a vartaaec of Ifottfa 
• S foot^ bmym sete^ tnstad ttf Mlai^mK- 
qBind at LoUft, IM^ioiield Pari:, Itm R^ilme Atwnc 
KeayavUle Boroa^ 

12. Rbterd E. aad Dana J. GlaonjAisto tm^imU a 
variance irf 2 fart to Jenee MgU to a I foot taw ltt|M 

- Itf 4 Int a aiHtoMd w 1^ t,4itetff;^eaa 

13. UaflUto Binds anpanMn iqr J«fT«- Mans 
PAR Asao^tea, sap^s & tMurlaaeate allmr a wtite 
saUag aaddhtrtehw opoatfoi to teva ^(^ {l)de- 
Uv«T iv^clas teted ol five (5) ddimf taUifla m 
Hrm, M una. arthweid eosme ctimMmktUmd 
aad Vavtr Steat, Oiaww Conm; BM^de Hftm^. 

14. E. R. B«te rafMita a vaHaaea of Sfeettoa 
17 foot thHtyardathackiasteadorSOlMtareqMred 
aad (tf 4 fe«« to a itaot aide yard ^feuk (east pn«>- 
erty Ite) liataM mWimM reiprifwl of LoliJiffld 
7, Btoeic SI, StoAnr Lara tb^^, 9IS 9tt*Sti«el. 
Tirgiata Bcadi B9roi^. 

15. Ftaterlek T. Bo(»ey noestt a nriaaa of 3 
ML ta^« 12 foot side yard ai&uk te talk tfdc ^u(ds 
iMead ^ 15 te«t a reqplr«d of Lot 7,SaeliMB, 
Princos Ame BiUs Park. t^cove^^Road. Lyaotaven 
BoroH^ 

16. R(*ert H. Barda reiiDests a vartuKC to allow paric- 
ing of M^r Reeraationl E«4M<Mt Onat A camper) 
in troot «f te MUiag whwa pnUWed iatrtwid <a 
b«Uid te aare^ portton of te tm^m to a pMbUc 
itrmt on Lot 33, Bbdc I, IMiter Woods, 512 Sooth 
Gladstone IMve. LjWteva Bitfn^ 

17. BQMaa fit^^ut bf Bi^^<»upur <W. c. 

fe^ Intend ei m sqare tet (tf s^ area a allowtd 
and a ^asiuet to aUov te iree*rtmtfM sin lote 
l«t.7$ •pare tet fm ttca teted of m sparaiM 
p» JM» a aUewad w a fcrcel, Blntedc ana. 991 
La4tti Rc«d. L^uteMi Beraa». 

18. i^ert M, Semuft aad ftiyt B. SMart re^jfeM 
a mituce tf ^ 1«^ to a 30 toot front yard jiflaidf 
iBrtead itf «i .foet a reacted (tf lot 14. S^idh 1. 
auctoridge, 22» SuiHiddlCT Aad. ftteaa Amc Bdr- 
oagh. 

Pl?*" ^- ^ft** requests a variasM tf 9tettoa 
' ^ !!^*^ '^'^'^ <^ ^ iNt •« re^ilnd te a ate 
|wd.a4^art tea rtrait aada wtee»af4A#toa 
L^ 'S'JF^ sitawdc ia^ead 4)f 10 tet a^m^ed 

»IIOte'nwa»Uw.Prt«eaa*Aa.Biirqi«k. .. ^ 
r:. %!^* * Oaaeds reowN^ a variaaca vl U mmn 
tea (tf aiUtttaa] s%a iwwia to StS tmarBfwrt 
of s^ga ara te^ <tf 17.5 iaara tet aidtoi^w 
a Hr^, Vtoglnta Badi, uTim Sreet. Virginia 
Bach BoKM^. 

"Jl- G- too«. DM SeidaadaiceoLaatter tit Atoms, 
M(£d>e t L^er^ i^ot roqast a adam «t IS 
^fU".!-" *^^^*«* ftwi teltoIl,toia(Mn*«d 
*?, ^ '^** 7«gaired {Sato 4^*M immtAudtB 
aUp fi^dst m te N«u^ at^dc^^an^^ali 

^^ Fark, »ttsto8 Aviite Sid Air HailTvenoe 
Axvteajirit «iraert. Ba^ideAnoi^ 
^•^, ^- ^**^* «*«««teanri^matf 20asite 
^rkfi« spaea to -Q^fimm sp«i»s lasted of W 

^t^^ ". JWsto Beach. 1709 Puilto Avaaue. 
Virginia Beach Bor«^ 

TOAHfr """"**""' •'"^ APPEAR BEPC»E WE 

W. L. Towers 

Secnrtary 

vKJuirw.a, a 



of 




PUM^IK)TICE 



Notice U ter^y glva ttet te Oty Coiueil irfte 
City of Viiglnto Bach, Viigink wiU teU a PiAUc 
Harlfig ti 2:00 p.m., a Ibntoy. July U, 1975 tor 
te purpow of haring Ukms paraoa onnsed to or 
in favor of te iunance of ($13,550,«)0) thirtera mU- 



luii, Ave tendnd and fifty tlmsand (Ukirs in General 
n^Mm SMds (tf te dty wUch skm amM^ 
Witt teds noiim a Renen ^mn Faato wiU 
permit tte ftmAsg of ai^tal tt^rmM^ nr^ecto 
as outlined telow. 



City of VIrflinte B«ach, Vkginla 
Summary of ia75 CaplM Pro|«cts Appr<wJatksM 



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PersoM *«lri^ to roak ntatiiMbef 

^iwal on thae aattws stoiiM nU^ te City tjtrt. 
Rom 310, CUf AdniaiiftriHM IMtd^, Maaiciittl 
Certer, Virrinia te^, Virginia 23456 by letter or by 
tel^Aae 4l7.«Of b^te 5:00 p.m., m Watte«lay, 
Jm 16, IOT5. Pensotts may also register ' "^ " 'v 



iwm ot,im t^m m pwied may i-» 
^«»rf the City Clert 
Ruterd J. Walim 
City Cleric 



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ai»£« or • 

.' tiw Clc. 
circuit Courr 01 I 
Qt Vifiiait B«ch, OD tte 
Vnk4tj alivm, IVli. 
CtarlN AilM gayd«r,n 




ax. dsjlS eruesj uti 

LSnoWnd PEGGY EAR 

LEER MELLSTROM 

To: If r. Gary Patrick Lane 



Dctanb Lee Perry Snyder, 

D«f«KtUt. 

TIM abj«et of thU suit 
M to oMaln a dlvorot a 
vijKttlo nutrinKmii tromtlte 
nU defndaM, upon tbe 
CTOOBds of two year sep- 
•ntkw. 

Aad M tffidaiit baviiy been 
Mdt ud filed tint the 4t- 
fkidut U a BOtt-rwldeiit 
ottlMSUteafVirfiiiia,ker 
Uat koowa post ofOee add- 
rtn bciiiK: 6t AtkeM Lane, 
Hout iforrla, MicUgn it 
is ordered tktt she do ap 
pear iwre wtttUa ten (10) 
day* alter dM nAUcaaoB 
teraof, aad do wnat may be 
Mcanuv to protect htt 
iBttnM io lUa auit. 
A ^flW-Twtto; JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
BairrovA Love 
3104 ikjcOe Am.. 
VUilaia Batet, Vtiviiiia 

VB8 July 2, », 16, 23 4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATK)N 
lattoClert'iiGaicftftfet 
Ciratt Conrt «f tto Ctty 
of VlrilBia Batch ok tke 
2«ii day of hue, 1975. 



Ptaliitur, 
antiat 



Th# Ht^adt id this ««lt 
is tQ flUaia a diforee a 
ftHiift ntisiBOHli ftviB 
tkesaM datatt^ 190a tke 
|1 OMdl of dHtrtioii. 
Ani aa iffidavlt tav- 
IM IwM nMeaad Qtad 
ttStthtdetaiAniuaiiw- 
retidait of tte State of 
Vitfiata, ttw^.tut h«o«a 
pggf aBiet iddrett beim: 
Bat. OSMFQ Atkena, Gre- 
•et^ FFO He* Tork. it ia 
ntfarad tluit ha do appear 
ban vitUa UCtm) daya 
altar dM lajillriilna imt- 
eot aad do vbat auy be 
aaeaanrjr to protaet hla 
tatereat ia HOs ndt 
A eopy-Taate: JOHN V. 
FEirnESS: CLERK 
BI74IIS * M|laa. Atty. 
linLaMiabM 

BaaA, Tlr^itt 






mi^ibRisBohart, 



•Bm^i^m of a^ 8^ 
ia to abWa a ttwrsa a vl8- 
ealo ■atrtwoBli ttam tbe 
aaM defia daal, nw a tl» 
froaada of wa j Har i aa aap- 
arettoa lor aiora ttam oae 
yeair. 

Aad aa alOdaftt havlac beaa 
Bia4i aad fllad that tbe de- 
feMaat la a aoa-MiUaat 
oftkaftatablVlffiBia.ua 
laat kaowa poat ofllea add- 
raaa beiac. 11 Broefcway, 
Vtriiaia Water, Swray, 
E^^ tt is otdarad thai 
ha do aivaar bare irtthia, 
taa (10) day* after dae prii- 
llcattat hvaof. and do what 
aiay be aacaaaary tapratect 
his ii<ar«at ia this salt. 
A copy-Taate: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Albart Taieh, Jr. 
70S Oae Main Plasa East 
Norfolk, Viifiaia 2SS10 

VBS July 2, 9, IS, ' 



CMtDER OF PUBLICATION 
la the Clecfc'a Office ef tbe 
ClreattkCoattofttoCityof 
Tlxiiaia BMMth, oa the Ist 
dayofJaly.Tyrt. 
Hauy LostCB Spen<<« 
Plalatiff, 



Aaa Marie UadisoD St)' 
Defeadint. 

The object of this sau 
is to obtata a dlTorec a 
vlaealo laatilnionll trvai 
the aald dafaadeat upon tbe 
KToaads of 1 year separa- 
tloa. 

Aad aaaUldaTitbayiBKbeea 
aud» aC fltair daa dUi- 
ceaee has beea oaed 
the dafaiawl to, wttT 

fad, tha.]fedtlM«ai^ 
.,'iee addtaaa b^ar 224 
Wirt ttrtt, Laasban, 
VirgiaU it is ordered that 
i!)te do apfaar hai»«i*Ma 
\s^lO) daya afiar dae pub- 
licatioa hereof, aaddowbat 



nae 4IU1- 
laed by 

e^?S 



atay be aaeaaaaiy to pro- 

r?ct her Int" — ' '- "•'• 




^Mttt, Tiff inW i,-. - 

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uitj uiuiv ucitu E.r- 

oest Uellstrora and Peggy 
EarlecB MeUstroai, Pe- 
tttioaera, aad repreaauted 
that Uw object of this pro- 
ceediBc is to effect the ad- 
opliaa «f STACY PREffTON 
LANE and KERI RAE 
LANE, by DEAN ERNEST 
MELLCTROM ami PEGGY 
KARLEEN HELLSTROU, 
hnsbaod aad wife, the oa- 
ttira) father of said chil- 
dren, is a Dcnresident of 
tbe SUte of Virgiiiia, tbe 
last ksown post office ad- 
dress being: P.O. Bot 343) 
Cotopui, Colorado (1223, 
tt ts tiiereflDrc Ordered 
tlMt the said GARY PAT- 
RICK LANE appear before 
this Coart within tea (10) 
day* altar paUicatlon of 
ais Onlar and indicate bis 
tttitade towanl the pro- 
posed adepUoa, or other- 
wise do what is aecessary 
to protect his interest in 
tiUls matter. 

A em teste: JCMIM V. 
FEMTkESS, CLERK 
miitaai H. Celoaa. Jr. 
Attorney for the Petltioo- 
ars 

MI7 Laakfii Road 
VirgiaU Beach, Va. 23451 

VBS Jnly 2,9,16,23 4t 



VBS JalyJ.f. 1643, « 



CfeMrfE f^rif ^ tte Citar <rf 
Vtrtibto Baatt, oattclftt 
darMAM, IMS. 
Vum Eiawiidy Btftert, 
PlaNOIt 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKffl 

la the Clark's OfQee of the 

Cir«aitCaartottheCfiyof 

Vtriiaia Baach on tbe Z4th 

dayofJne, ivTS. 

Gainia Loois Tripodi, 

Plaiatflf, 

agalast 

Pliaaa Marie Tripodi, 

D^Midaat. 

The oi^ect of this aait 
is to oMida a divorce a 
vificalo BiatriffiORii frojo 
the saM dafeadaat, npoa 
the groands of sapantioa 
for mot* than oae year. 
Aad u altidarit having 
baaa aiada aad fUed that 
tha dafeadaat is a non- 
(taideat of the Slate of 
Virginia, the lot kaown 
post olllaa addraaa being: 
c/o Inria Dtttmaa; Raral 
IhMde n, Boi CT, Ply- 
nouth, ladiaM 465<3 it is 
otdarad that she do appear 
hare wlthda tea(U))daya af- 
ttf;dM pMtaMeaAwaof, 
, aid da iM aHv 1» ase- 
MOy^ajpHtert tor in- 

A «tr-ta gte ^»Bf T. 
FB0US5:CLEUL • 
L«4aa4 

■TMbB 




VK Joly 2,9,16J3, 4t 

vmmok: m the 
CLEBK*s e^n^^or 14E 

^tiUtt QMff OF Ttt 

qTY OFvacanA 

43n OP VBtraOA 
UACB, ON 1SE Sth DAT 
WJONE, 1^^ 
la re: Adopttaa irf Roy 
Keith Rawls aad Vaaessa 
L^mRawls 

t^: Robert WixtrnGmf- 
ory and Jaaa JRU^Nm 
Ongory PetitiOBfira 
-TiB: iim IMb^ Jr. 
niO N. Oontttove BmA 
Arlingtoa, Vli^a 
laChucKy 
, # C-74-1511 
TUs day cane Robert 
Warrta Gngory.aad Jaae 
EUsabsth Gregary, Peti- 
Uoohra. and represented 
that tha obieetctftUspro- 
caading is to effect the ad- 
optica af tha above aaacd 
Intutfs), Roy Keith Rawte 
aad Vaaaasa Lyaa Rawls 
by Robert Warraa drcg- 
ory aad Jane Elisabeth 
Gregory, bnsbaad aad 
•ife, aad atKdavlt hav- 
; beea made and filed 
3t Leroy Rawls, Jr., 
a natural parent of said 
cbild(rea), is a non-re- 
ildaal of the State of doe 
dlUcance having been used 
by the petitioaers to as- 
certain in Virginia, which 
comity or corporation the 
*ald Leroy Rawls, Jr. is, 
thout eflect the last 
own Post Office address 
S>eing: 1310 Coortbouse 
Road, ArlingtoD, Virginia 
It is therefore Onfered 
that the said Lecoy Rawls, 
Jr. appear befbre this 
Court within tea (10) days 
altar pnblicatiataf thisOr- 
d«r andiadicatahisaMtbide 
toward the proposed adc^- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
-la aaosasary loproiad his 
interadt in this matter. 
A con teste: JOHN V. 
rjENTRESS, CLERK 
MitpG. Desman p.q. 
WlUcoi, Sarage, Law- 
rence, Dickson A Spindle, 
P.C. 
3330 Pacific Avenue. Ruitt- 



tiutK or *«MJCAwm 

liKanA: WTte C^^ BT 
wm* OF WE CITY OF 
^KHWA B£^ OM TIE 




iM ¥% 'mi%t 



lion of ParOes 

lo Chancery 
- -=5-864 

! of the ii ^ 
Mfieci suii is to com^ 
partition among tbe owners 
of the property designated aa 
Lot Tweidy (20), BlochFor- 
ty (40), 8ul)division of Prin- 
cess Anne Plasa, SectioB 
Five (5), Vlrgiaia Beach, 
Viifinta Beach, Virgil 
and known and numbered as 
417 Garrison Place, Virgin, 
ia Beach, Virginia. 

It appearing Iqr afOdavtt 
that the present addreas^ 
tbe defendant, Don D. Wo^, 
if he be living, is unknown 
and that his last known add- 
ress was 417 CarrlaoB 
Place, Virginia Beach; and 
the Bill sUti^c that thae 
are or may k* persons in- 
terested in tbe subfect pro- 
perty to be divided whose 
names are unknown and 
making them defendants Iqr 
the general description <h 
Parties Onknown, an afO- 
davit having beea made ud 
tiled that they are naknown, 
such unknown parties b^ig 
tbe widow and beira, de- 
visees and saccessors hi 
title of Don D. Wolfe. 

It Is therefore Ordered 
that Ow D. Wolfe, if he 
be livlag, aad the said per- 
SODS nuule defendaata l^tte 
general descriptka of Psr- 
ties Unfcaow, do appear wttt- 
ia tea (10) days after doe 
potdication of thla Notice 
and do what is necessary 
to protect their interot. 

It is further Ordered that 
the foregoing portion of ttis 
Order be published once a 
week for four successive 
weeks in the VlrginU BeaiA 
Sna, a aawspaper paMlshed 
iattoCtty of Virginia BeaiA. 
VirgiaU. 

JbhB V. Fentress, Clerk 
Alan If. Prleden, p.q. 

VBS June 25, July 2, 9 16, 
4t ■ 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Qerk'a Offtce of tte 
Clrcait Court of the Cl^ 
of VirgiaU Beach oa tte 
lltt day of itm, 1975. 
Regiaald Lee C^ips, 
Plaintiff, ' 
against 
Jadttt Spiadlcr Capps, 



MitaMIe, Tennessee, tt is 
wteM^^ she dto ivpesr 
here arfthin taB(10) days 
after due pidtlication here- 
f, and do what may be 
-icessary to protect ber 
uteres UtUsMt. 
A «w-Teste: J<An V. 

A c^-Testr JCWN V. 
FQfTR^iCLfXX 
BnrigM A Badgins, Atty. 
imUAiaAwi 

VBS June 25, July 2,9,16 



The ohiect of tUs salt 
is to eUala a <B«qree a 
NMBsa ci ttaro thai tbe 
m^ datedMt, tf» the 



^MSitt 



And aa alBdart hav- 
Ug beep ^d* aad filed 
flMCttB4efeBteid U aina- 

posT^kw address b^ag: 
113 l/Z West lltt areet, 
Srttgtrl, Artauuns It Is 
«<^red«M she de ^Vaar 
Uf iMda tea myuj* 
alHiK4ia paMieama fcere- 
«(,lB# do whrt le^ to 
a^MUary to pmleet tor 
latwMtlathUMtt. 
A ea^-Tote: XOK V. 
FSR%E8S: CUBRK 
Brydges t Budgias, Atty. 
13ai4udd8Boad 
Vli^ria Beach, Vs. 



VW 
4t 



25, Jriy 2.9,16 



ORDER ^W* PDBUCATION 

In tte Clerk's CWce of 

tto CircBttCaartoltteCtty 

of VirginU Bsm^ ob tte 

20tt day of Ap^ im. 

Fraak Aunllo Gmb«, 

PUlntiff, 

agalast 

TereslU Otcgtf Gomez. 

Defendant. 

The objKt of tUs salt 
is to obtain a divo^e a 
vinculo natriraiaii from 
tto said d^eiitart.veatte 
gmaads of (U^rtioB. 
Aad an afikhvlt tov- 
iag b^ mate «■! fltoi 
ttot tto ^M^i^ tea 
nn-r^ktait d tto Sate 
of Vlrglida, tto laM known 
jx^ itfflee «iA«n h^ag: 
1^1 V««ort Lae, Ad- 
t^^ Beach, CalifornU 
9»« it is orderal ttot 
sto do app^t here within 
teiilO} days a&Tftaepab- 
U«Bm h^tf, aaddowtot 
nay to aeees^y to pro;- 
t^ tor ii^Msf in this 
salt. 
A,.aMcJ toto' JOHN V. 

l^^Beaaett, IM. 
50ftDe8A Tower ^g. 
3330 I^ite Avwae 
VitgUa BemA, V. 234S1 

V^ Jwe 25, Ju^ 2,9.16 



ORDra OF PUByCATK}N 

la M aett's Office (tf tte 

Circuit Cwrt (tf flie City 

of VirgiaU Beadi. ^» 

tto ittt Ay itf June, 1975. 

James Avery Williams, 

IWnttff, 

agaUst 

Wlnafrad Au WilUams, 

DtfMdaat. 

ne «b]e(« of ttU suit 
U to obUU a divorce a vin- 
cnto Brtrimonil fnm tto 
nhl dMMiUid, npoa tte 
grorads of that ttey tave 
lived sqiarate and apart 
since ^eator 3, 1971. 
And an aMdavit tov- 
tng been made aad fUed' that 
tto d^adaat U a aoo-re- 
sOmA ot tto aate <a Vir- 
giaU tto la^ kaown post 
OBlce wldiess being: 
1U16 A4)««tow Lane, 01- 
B«r, Brtnkvllle, MaryUad 
mn tt U ord«>ed that die 
do anmu- tore wtthtt toi 
(1<%^8 after lUe pabUob^ 
wmhmtd, aad do what amy 
to Bto»ssary;topRiteetter 
tirter^UWssuit. 
A coOT-TMte: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Michael E, Boweroan 
1S61-A La4dn Road 
VI19U B^ch. Va. 23452 

VBS Jue 25, Jnly 2, 9, 
t« 4t 

OBDEX OF IHIUJCATION 
ta tto a^k's Office of tto 
CiRutt Omt (^ tto City 
ot VirgiBU BcMh, on 
tto Ittt day (rf Jaae, 1975; 
Ao^^ D. QaMiAerry, 
PlaWlff. 
agaUst 
Lae-Qaeeasterry, 



Tto sl^A 4 thU satt U 
to <MaU a dvoi^e a ^n- 
H M ttno to to Uter mer- 
ged iato adivoree a via^lo 
mdfteMll .from' tte nW 
dejMtowt.^w tto greaaiU 
td Msertitm. 

Aad aa affidavit tov- 
ing ben made aad filed ttat 
itae dil^teiKe has been as^ 
I7 or to betolf i>f the Com- 
Idalna^ to ascertain in 
wUd County or Corporatioa 
tto D^ndant is, vMioot 
aftoct, tte last laowa P^ 
OfB<» address briag: 1961 
Wirifsnare Road, ViigtaU 
Beach, Virginia. 
tt is ordered ttot to do 
appMT tore wlttin Tea (10) 
days after doe public^ton 
toretrf, and do wtot may to 
acMSsary to protect his in- 
terest to this suit. 
A coi9 - Teste: JOHN V. 
FUmiESS: CLERK 
C(a Cos A Cox, Atty. 
ins AtUatlc Avenie 
VlrgtaU Beach, VirginU 

YM June 24, July 2, 9 
16, « 



Tte obied of ttia satt 
U to obtya a divorea a 
viacuto BMtrlmoidl fttantte 
aaid defendant, q»a tto 
igi nwilii of eoastn^ve de- 
aaitte. 

Aad aa aOdavtt tov - 
tag bett made aad filed ttat 
daa ^^^ace baa been ased 
to «■ to b^alfof tto Cora- 
^^nat to ascertain to 
aUeh coanty or cotporatjon 

addr^ toi^: 1^ Kellam 
Airaane, ViigUU SMeh. 
VirginU it U origni ttat 
to <to appear here wttUa 
tea (10) days itfto- im^pab- 
U^wa havoc aBd>da iriiat 
B^ he aera^ary to'pio- 
tod his Interest U ttlsndt. 
A co^-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
RMaewlU, RaUl ASwarts 
Atty. 

1224 Maritime Tower 
ItoTtom, VinInU 23514 

VBS Jsie 25, Jdy 2, 9, 
16 *_i____. 

ORDER OF PraUCATlON 
U tte Clerk's Office itf tto 
Circatt Court erf tto City of 
Vir^^ Beach, m tto 16tt 
day fl< Joe, ItlS. 
Nedte Kyle Huff, 
PlaUtfl^ 
aptast 
OntdOearyHaff, 



CmiER OF PUBUCATION 
In tto Clerk's Office of tto 
Clrratt Coart of tto City <rf 

I Vlrgiida Beach, 00 tte 19tb 

^dayof Jaae, 1975. 
Theraa Lasslter Leach, 
Platotiff, 
agalast 

Rtrtwrt Barton Leach, 
DefMKtant. 

Tte ot>iect (rf this satt is 
to obtain a divorce a meass 
et ttoro from tto said de- 
fendant, upon tto groands of 
desertitm. 

And an afltdavtt tov- 
Ing been made aad filed that 
due diligence tos been used 
by or to bdialf ai tto Com- 
plainant to aseerUin U 
whi^ couB^ or corpi»«tion 
tto defendaM U, wtthoitt ef- 
fect, tto last kaowa pmt 
bflke addreas being: Route 
2, Box 2650, Lot 7, VirginU 
Btoch, Viri^ tt is order- 
ed ttot to do appear tore 
irittU tn (10) days after 
dee poUlcatioa toreof, and 
do wtot Biay to aaceasary 
to jiroteet hU Interest m 
ttSs satt. 

A cKqqr - terte: JOBS V. 
FENTRESS:'CU3UC 
McGe^ aad MazweU 
4U« C Tlr^aU Beach Blvd. 
VirgiaU Beach, VligUU 
23452 

VBS June 25, July 2, 9 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
ta ttM ClerrsOffice of tto 
Circuit Court of file City 
(d VirginU Beadi on tte 
JOtt day of Jane, 1975. 
Mm W. SiMe, Jr., 
PUlntifi, 
against 

Lynda M. Satto, 
Defoidant. 

The (Aject of thU suit 
is to oMaU aa Order 
gnnting partition of tte 
pr(q>erty described in tte 
atUched Bill ct Complaint, 
from tto said defendant. 
And an affidavit tov- 
lag been nwieaBd filed ttot 
ito d^eadaat due diligence 
tas beea used iqr or ia to- 
half of tto CompUlnant to 
ascertaU to wUch county 
or corporatiai tte d^en- 
dant is, witt out effect, 
tte Ust known post office 
address teiag: 921 Ptoey 
Branch Ro«l, Apartment 
101, VirginU Beach, Vir- 
ginU tt is ordered that she 
do appear tore wittU ten 
(10) days sfier due puMi- 
caUoa hoettf; aad do wtot 
may to naaessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 



suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 

FENTRESS: CLERK 

Broyles, McKenryAGor- 

ry, A»rs. 

35tt Mvet A Pactte Ave. 

VirginU Beach, ViitteU 

23451 

VBS JuM 25, Jnly 2,9.16 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tto Clerk's Office of tte 

Circutt Court of tto City 

of VirginU Brach, on tto 

ITtt day ot Jime, 1975. 

Ctorles Kemett Murphy, 

PUintltt, 

gainst 

jMn Posey Murpl^r 

Defendant. 

The (Aject of ttis suit 
is to oMain a divorce a 
mensa et ttoro from tte 
d^endant M to Uter mer- 
ged Uto a decree of di- 
vorce a vincalo outrimonii 
at tto proper ttme from tto 
said defendant, qnn tto 
grp«rads ot desertkm. 
And an alfidavtt tov- 
Ing been made and filed 
ttot tte defendant is a^non- 
residenfOf Uie SUte of Vir- 
ginU, tto Ust kaown post 
office address being: 
•09 Brunswick Iload, 
Baltimore, Maryland 
it is ordered ttot she do 
a^tear here witMn ten (10) 
days after due publication 
toreof, and do wtot may to 
noMSsary to protect tor 
Interest U this suit. 
A copy-teste: JOHN V. , 
FENTRES: CLERK 
CUrto, Solder A Carter, 
Atty. 

5209 VirgUU Beach Blvd. 
VirginU Beach, VirginU 

VBS June 25, Jnly 2, 9 16 
41 



ORDER 

VmGDflA: INTHECLERK'iS 

OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT 

COURT OF THE CITY OF 

VIRGINIA BEACH, ON THE 

19th DAY OF Jane, 1975. 

U re: Adoptioa of Ed- 

wina L^n Tolsoa 

By: Martla Geoiga Jaasffe 

Kennedy and Qu^ Aaae 

TreadwelFKemiedy Peti - 

tioners 

To: Roaaie Stove ToImb 

296 SeaoU Road 

Falitora, Ge(nfU, 

30213 

InCtoncery 
C-75-t91 
ThU day came MartU 
George Jos^/Kennedy and 
Carol Aime Tre«iweU K«i- 
ae&f, Petttioneit, and re- 
presented ttot tto object 
(rf thU ^o^eec^ U to 9i- 
fect tto adqilloBof thirabove 
named infant, Edwina Lyna 
Tolson, by Martin George 
Jos^ Kennedy and Carol 
Amw Treadwell Keimedy 
husband and wife, aad af- 
fldavtt , toving been made 
and filed ttot Ronnie Steve 
Tolscm, a natund-^Jar^it of 
said child, is a non-resi- 
dent, of tte State of Vir- 
ginU, tto Ust known post 
office address teing: 296 
SeaoU Road, Faiitam, Geo- 
gU 30213 tt U therefore 
Ordered ttat tte said Ron- 
nte Steve Tolsim appear to- 
fore ttis Court witUa la 
(10) days after publlcatloa 
of ttis Order and indicate 
Us/her attituto toward tto 
proposed adopti(m,orottor- 
wlse do wtot is necessary 
to {ntitect hU interest in 
tms matter. 
A «xsff teste: 
Jota V. Feirtress, Clerk 
Downar, Pincus, Knitht 
1350 ViiglnU Natl Bok 



Norfolk, VirgUU 23510 

Ym June 25, July 2, 9, 
It, 4t 



<MDm 
VfRGIKlA: IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIWiDnA BEACH, ON THE 
IITH TH OAYQFJUNE, 1975 
In re: AdoptiM irf^un Ftt- 
qatrtdE YiNng 
By: Jwe (RMN) VUMmUU 
Petitioaers 

To: Lawmce C. Youi% 
Biddeibrd, Matte 04005 
UCh«Kery 
#C-75-873 
ThU day came Jose (NMN) 
VintimUU and, Petitioaers, 
and r^resoited that tte ob- 
ject of this proceeding U 
to effect tte ad^on ot 
the above named infort, 
Stoun Fitzpatrick Yrang, by 
J(ffie (NMN) VintimUU and 
Phyllis Ettol Gotoil VU- 
timilla, husband and wife, 
and affidavit toving beea 
made and filed ttot Law- 
rence C. Yomc a natural 
parefd of- said childfrai), 
is a non-resident 01 tto 
iUte of VirgiaU, tto Ust 
kaown prat oitUx' address 
toing: Biddeford, Maine 
04005 tt is-ttorefore Order- 
ed ttot tbe said Lawreace 
C. Young appear before thU 
Court within ten (10) Ays 
after tmblicatioo of this Or- 
der and indicate hU atti- 
tude toward tto proposed 
adcqjtion, or ottorwise do 
wtot is ne<»ssary to pra- 
ted Us interest Uttds mat- 
ter. 

A c(q»y teste: Joto V. Fen- 
tress, Clertt 
Jose VintimUU 
4934 Sword Road 
Va. Beach, Va. 23455 

VBS Jaae 25. July 2, 9, 
16, ^t 

ORDER 
VIRGINU: Df THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON THE 
IM DAY OF June, 1975. 
U re: Adoption (rf Deborah 
Lynn Siperko, 

Karen Denise Siperko and 
Shirley Ann Siperico 
By: WillUm RusseU Jcmes 
and Bisabett Aim Jooes 
Petttioaers 

To: Carl Ke^mett apeite 
4036 - 40tt Street 
San Piego, CaUforaU 
' la Chancery 
"C-.75-849 • ' 

ThU' day came WUllam 
RusseU Jonas and Ellzabett 
Ann Joaes, Petttioaers, uid 
reiaresated ttat tte object 
of tiiU proeaediag U to ^- 
fect tte adoptioa (d ttie 
atove tomed iafiurt, IM»r- 
ah Lynn S^perto, Karen Den- 
ise Siperto sad Shirley Aim 
Siperko, by WUlUaa RasseU 
J(»es and affidaidit toving 
teen made . and filed ttot 
Carl Kennett Siperko, a na- 
tural parent ot said child 
(res), is a non-resident of 
ttie SUte of VirginU, file 
Ust known post office add- 
ress toing:' 4036 - mh 
Street, SaaDiegD, CaUfomU 
tt U ttoreiq^ CMered Oat 
tte said Carl Keanett 
erko appaiir before 
Cimrt wiUiU In (lO) days 
after pablicattoa of tus (h*- 
der and indicale hU tfU- 
tude toward the proposed 
adoption, or ottorwise do 
wtot U necessary to pro- 
ted hU interest UthU mat- 
ter. 

C opey teste: Joto V., Fen- 
tress, Clert 
George H. Mahler 



Tto Sua, July 16, 1975 -- B-5 

MAHLER A CAVE 

2224 Nortt Great NeckSoad 

VinUU Beach, Vii^toU 

VBS J^ 25, July 2, 9, 
16 4t 



QtOim 
VmcINU: n THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGIMA BEACH, ON TBE 
17tt DAY OF June, 1975. 
U re: Adi^tloa id Rhonda 
AnnGuUl 

By: Th»iaa Aaa Bi^toado 
and Jake Seaaa Baldonado, 
PetttMners 
To: Rodney Lee QulU 
Galvestoi, Tezas 
' taOaaeery 
$C-75-767 
"niis day came Tteresa 
Ann BaMcmado ud Jato 
Seaaz BaUoaadb, P^ttloa- 
ers, and represented that 
tto object of ttis proceed- 
ing is to effect tto adop- 
tton (rf tto above named 
infant, Rhonda Ami GaUl, 
by Theresa Aaa BaMoaado 
aad Jato Seus Baldoaado, 
hiaband and wife, and af- 
fidavit toving been raato 
, and filed ttat Ro^ay Lee 
GuUl, a natural parent ci 
said chUd, is a non-resi- 
deat (rf tto Sate of Vir- 
ginU, tto Ust known post 
office address teiag: Gal- 
veston. Texas, tt is ttere- 
fore Ordered ttot the said 
Rodney Lee Guill appear 
tofore this Court wtthU ten 
(10) days after patdicatloo 
of thU Ordo- aad indicate 
hU/ attttnde toward tto prq- 
poMd adoptioB, or ottor- 
wise do what U necessary 
to protect his interest U 
fids matter. 

A o^ Teste: Joto V. 
Foitress, Clerk 
James B. FtHvmaa, Atty. 
1600 E. Ltttle Creek Rd. 
Norfolk, VirgUU 

VBS June 25. July 2, 9, 
16, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
U tto Clerk's Office of Uie 
JuvenUe aad Domestic Re- 
Utitms Court of tte City 
of ViifiifU Beach, on tto 
16tt day of Jaae, 1975., 
COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRCaNIA 
In re HoUy Bray 

Tto oi^eet ^ thU pro- 
ceeding U to separate tto 
tf»ve named inftol, ehlU 
. of Stqihen R. Luk, per- 
manently from ito pareat, 
parents, or giardian and 
to emnmit said infant to 
tto care and custody (rf 
tto VirginU Beadi De- 
partmeol ot Social Ser- 
vlcas Witt tte t^ ol 
said ageacy to coaseat to 
tto laftrt's adoptioa. 

Aad aa aflblavtt toviag 
beeo made and ffied that 
Stephen R. Lask U « pro- 
per party to thU proce- 
eding; bat dae.diligeace 
has beea naed to ascer- 
tain U wtot eooBty m- 
corporatUa to U, wifimt 
efied, tt U OKMESED that 
Stephen R. La«k do qvear 
here wittU 10 dajv after 
dee puMicatlon hmnof , and 
do wtot may to aeeasaary 
to ^vtect fas iaterert U 
thUsatt. 

A Co|9 Te^: GOULD 
F. WILUAMS. CLERK 
Katty S. Brattors Dqmty 
Clerk 

Mary Jaae Wood 
Dept. of Bodal SeniCM 
Va. Beach, Va. : 
fetttioaer 

VBS Jaae 25, Jaly 8',9,16 
41 



on^^OF PUBLICATION 
l&m Ctedc'siX^ irftte 
Clitiatt C<wt of tto Ctty 
of ViiftnU Beach w tte 
17tt &y of Jim, 197S. 

FUttttM. 

iptfait 

- laCteTfl^up, 

■^^ t^^ tdmM satt 
±^ to (MU a ^mrM A 

tte'said d^Mtert.Hpaeae 
groands rt O^eMoB. 



U aas^i^l^ 







m • "fUSD DAT OF JVlf E, 1975 dow aad heirs, davisaea and 



tftttnU 
MMrialn 
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PUBLIC NOTICE 



Notice to tor^ glwn ttot tto City CouncU of tte City 
of VirginU B»eh, VirginU. wlU told a piddic bearing at 
2:00 p.m., on Mcaday, July 21, 1975, to Uie City CouncU 
Chamtors. AdministraUcm Bdhtti«, Muaic^ Center, 
Princess Anne Stittion, Vlr^da Btoch, VirgiaU 23456. 
for tte paqnse tf hearing proposals for tto ^lendlture 
<d ftmmm aarlng Foads and to submit to tte public 
tte items being fovposed for tte expenditure of Rev- 
enue aaring Fimds by tte City of VirginU Beach for 
tte sixtt eatttleneat period, b^Uming July 1, 1975 
aad ending June 30, 1976. Persons wishing to appear 

GENERAL REVENUE SHARING 



b^ore City C<aBcU on thU autter should register liy 
telQitoise (427-4304) or letter wtth tte City Clerk, Ad- 
ministration Buildi^, Room 310, Munictosl Center, 
VirrtiU B^ch, VirginU 23456, nd Uter than 5 p.m., 
on we«tees(Uyi.July 16, 1975. Persons may also regu- 
lar at tt< City Clerk's desk U tte CoimcU Ctombers 
prtor to tti meeting. 
Rlctord J. Webbon 
Ctty Clertt 



VBS July 9,16 2t 

PLANN ED 



USE REPORT 



(kfiwal RaMMM Snfkig provides federal htncb dractfy to local and sM« govammants. This report of your qg^^mmmm^^ plan m published 
to encourime c^ma fartioprtmt in datefmhwig your g oviWBien l'a decision on how the money wiO be spam. Note: Any convtaNito irf 
dncriminrtwi in ^ m* (^-ttwae tada any to sent to 



tfiaMbeaf 



iMf eovEHNMEin' 
OF 



VIf?GIMIA dtfCH CIT 



ANTICIPATING A GENERAL flEVENUf 
SHARING PAYMENT OF 



FOII tHE SIXTH ENTITLEMENT PERIOD. JULY 1. 1975 THROUGH JUNE 30. 
1976.'^PUNS TO SPEND THESE FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSES SHOWN- 

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VIRGIMIA BEACH CITY 
CrrV MAMACER 
VIRGinIA i£P£H VA 




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July 21,1975 



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Serving Tidewater's suburban communities 

"Putt" Your Golf Chjbs In A Want Ad Here "Fore" Extra Cash. Dial 54 7-4571 & 486-3430 




CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING 
DEPARTM ENT 

DeKaBrod 
S47-4S71 



CHESAPEAKE POST ■ CHURCHLAND PICTORIAL 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



Ann Parkw 
489-3430 



CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: 

Monday morning at 10:30 



t - S^Mlal MieM 



ART, MOLDWC AHDHY- 
drocal plaster for art 
work. 627-2396. White- 
hurst, BlassinclMBi Corp. 
S-E-5 



CCUIPLETE detail instnic- 
tioB - "How to make money" 
la ^nfc salM. Send ft. 
to Tidil PriitteatiaM. P.O. 
Box 114. ViiHiria Beadl, 
Va. 2M51. 



Twenty wor^ or l«ss for only $3.20* 
PER WEEK in all ttiroo Byoriy Pub- 
lications axclusiva community news- 
papers. Talairfiona our friendly classi- 
fied girls or mail in the han^ cou- 
pon. 



'My classified ad- 



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LOU 

WILLIAMS 

AUTOS 

'A FrtMidly PlaM to tfo 



IMS vouavAGa tsoo' 

AUTOMATIC STKX 

•^ »1,095. 

IMSTWrASTBACS 

"^ «695. 

mo TW SqMr* Buk 

» 1.095. 
•995. 

1M» Maui* t Doer 

» 1.095. 

MM VA. BEACH BLVD 
(Aetaa ruHi Drtit-li) 

461-4419 



l-^pecUI Notice* 

REDUCE SAFE - awltaS 
with GoBese TaUets and 
E-Yip "water i^ls" Mur- 
deeDr«i(. 

DUL-A-MASSMSE- Foiy 
U^ oolealU. Tho tart k 
RorMi, HeteU and aolels 
sa^. cn-SStt. 

NOTARY SERVICE - Av- 
ailable j>t The Virginia Be- 
ach Sun office - 138 Ro- 
semoot Red., right off Toll 
Rd. exit. 486-3430. 



S-UrtMt 



HAVE a deB09tratk» Party 
of o«r tremeutons line irf 
flome Products tor your 
Meads A neiglitors. Yov 
receive a beeiMM (ift or 
nwey tor yosr ttme. 4M- 
7S22. 



K£ THINK 

VICTORY 



roUNO-Keys on ring witk 
IcatliM- tab. kteitti^ keys 
aad pay tor ad. Call Gordon 
MteteU 5«7-«571. 

KEWABO - iwt>«i Icatlier 
ikmdder Imc oNttaiainf 
credtt cards aad doe- 
oaaaU aad 2 waUets, lost 
flelatty Nth St., Va. 
teacb. No qpMtioas ask- 
ed, call ^-WOI or M7- 

sas3. 
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BAIIBLER in«oa, 1971, 
very food eaadttioa, eleaa, 
like new tires, Sl.m. 42S- 
7551. 



lM7D0DGECaAa^B- 
«^« pod caeMlca. low 



• - iMMaMw M- Sito 
TOUCSVAGEHS 



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; MKkal iiaff 
val, lav pakl 
■ya, |7W. «B- 



19M Memry 'powelr bra- 
kes, (4 dr.) airto. traas., 
power st«ei1i«. Claaa, 
good cowllttoB. Call 

412-1445 



197Z PINTO, 2 door, 4 la 
tN floor, radto, good tir- 
es. eiceUeal eoadtttai. 
Take orer paymeats, its 
54S-ir?l. 



Large selectioi of used 
Vottsmigeas, most models 
BMttt eotars. IW per teat 
faaratfeed. ta* flaaaetag 
Iredit ^vroved In pboae. 
VICTOtT mHtVACn 
MOl VIelery BM. PmIs. 
S>74tl(. 



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SARDBLASIING • Qoat 
TraUen aad ItMUneiT. 
Free Estimates. WUte- 
horst, BlassinghamCorp., 
403 'W. 24th St., NwiMk, 
SZ7-Z3M. 
S-Z-26 



CLUBS - CHURCHES, 
nwke mtney kr year spe- 
dal ^tJtm*. teU s4>- 
acripttoas to yoor teiae- 
towa newspaper. HIgta 
CMnmissioiB. Call tor in- 
tornation: Mr. Brown 416- 
3410. 

IPDRK ovtimta. Aa- 

rttalla, AMca. Sorib Am- 
erica, Earope, ale. Coa- 
stntdloe, SUes, Eagtaars 
Clerical, ate. H.OOO to 
^,000 lAte peases 
paid. F» m^sfwtm la- 
iormMsm witeOiaiMas 
EBHdoyaHBt, Box toil, 
Boitos, Ma. mm. 



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Vtoglnia - C«-friina 
Tira Co, Inc. 

Tha Strtf oht Talk 
TkaPaophi 



453 No. BatUeflcM BM. 
[ GroTe C 
M7-aS7 



(at Ctek Grove ChM.) 
Hwaer 



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jPlease run ad for( ) issues or ( ) til stopped. 

I 

I Cost is $3.20 per issue for first 20 words; ISc tor 
I each additional wtd. 



j Q^ } Payment enclosed , 

I yAME 

j^DRESS 

I Crnr STATE. 



( ) Please sead bill 



.ZIP. 



Mail to: 



I 

I 

I BYERLY PUBLICATIONS 

j P.O. Bex 1427, Chesafteake, Va. ^320 

I 138 Ros*mont RA; Va. Beach, Va. 23«i2 




VOLKSWAGEN 

M] Virtery BlW 




Wa Hava R^acamant Parta 
For VoNcswagona bnporta 

OOVERAQC AV^M^BUE FOR THE 



• Tnnimtssian 

• Diffirenti^ and Rear Alt 



jl^Bgine 

^■Electrical Syslani 
• FueiSystanw 
Exhaust. Healint A CoolinfSyatann •FtgntAilsand 



QUICK CHECK CLASSIFIED MDEX 

AmOOHCEHEMTS 

&m SUae Ads 1 

, Special Notices 2 

Lost and Fond 1 3 

Card aad Thanks 4 

lionimeats - Burial Lots 5 

AUTOMOTIVE 

AatoaMiriles for Sale ( 

Tracks-Trailers-Jeeps 7 

Arto Parts, R^wirs g 

Motorcycles-Scooters 9 

Aircraft for Sale, Parts 10 

Boats, Marine Svidies 11 

Utility Trailers u 

EMPLOYMENT 

Help Waited 13 

Posttioas Wanted 14 

FINANCIAL 

Bttsiaess C^iportunlty 15 

Wanted To Buy Basiness l( 

Stocks A Bonds 17 

Mortgages and Loaas ig 

INSTSUCTKHI 

Local instmctiott Classes 19 

Mnsic- Dance- Dramatics 20 

Private Instroction 21 

PETS-LIVESTOCK 

Dogs, Gate, aad oOn- Pets 22 

PiA Services 23 

Horses-Cattle etc 24 

MEBCHANUSE 

Articles tor Sale 25 

Antiques 2g 

House Hold Goods 27 

Garage Rummage 2g 

Wanted To-Bny 29 

Musical Herehaa(ttse ^„ 30 

Coins and ^nps /.;.... 31 

Jewelry A Watebes „..L 32 

Good Tbiogs To Eat .>n: S3 

Firewood , 34 

Lawa and Garxtea 35 

Farm Eqnipmeiri 3S 

MacUaery - Tools 37 

Bustaess E^i^MBfflt sg 

TV Radio 39 

MOBILE HMIES 

Mobile Homra tor &le 40 

Mobile Homes tor Bert 41 

Mobile Home Sites 42 

REAL BTATE FOR RENT 

Rooms-Board 43 ' 

Resorts -Hot els 44 

Apartments for Rent 45 

Howes Furnished 4$ 

Houses Unfamished 47 

Farms and Land for Rert 49 

Oit-Of-TowB tor Rent 49 

Wanted To R«it 50 

Office-Desk Space for HeM...i.... 51 

Industrial for Rent 52 

For Rert or Sale 53 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

Business Property for Sale 55 

Fams-Laad-TiBber 56 

For Sale Norfolk 57 

For Sale Va Beach 53 

For Sale Chesapeake 59 

For Sale Portsmouth 60 

Resort Property tor Sale 61 

Ort-Of-Towi tor Sale 62 

Lots for &le 63 

Wanted R^ EsUte , 64 

For Sale , 65 



BATTLEFIELD 
AUTO PARTS 

112 BattlafMd Blvd. 

GreatBridge 



S47-2128 



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CALL MR. THOMAS 

FOR MUtfOIATE CREDIT 

CHECK Afn> APraOVAl 

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HELP i«M tor Cd^rt^ 
Fa^ta Jm^, as tnwrt- 
liut OT IttU Uaw, 
tbemwll, CUl^S- 



COMPANYaMerMaMB- 



iw; I Miuic, 1 «iwd 
taka^, I tlrt dMVM-, 
ud 1 Un, ne^pR, Good 
PW. 10C4 yrktu : WM- 

OU. CaU^^^i^ate 



10 WOMEN 
AND 

MENWAMTEO 

Local eoaecrn «o« hirti| 
tor goxi pa)iiMjol>s, plus 
M«ai9 iMMmi. Mo ex- 
PrMmc Mcesnry For 
WWtme^ Call 

461-11M 



CAI^ H nn MiMia* 
FTB witli 1.2 SSmfc, i». 
200 mn, S.6 Itase*. omb- 
Me set HIters. $550. CaU 
Kw Berrjr. I4?'4S71. 



^ Oak Bnyt 
mf( MAHKET 



Tin Ooaqi^, FtiakUa, 


VlrttaJa. 


m^ VMM, 8uab COT- 


•atery. pMt-ttaM.Mltlne, 


ID tofMtBMl, MS-I5W or 


m-ma. 


S-1-U. 



OFFSET PsorniK: - if 

fom «Ml a atvipaiier or 
dreriar prWtd the ecoa- 
onleal Mmt «ay, Aad 
«itti Byarty MAUallon, 
liomft prieM la Tlde- 
vrter. QMqiotlUaB ler- 
flees. CaU Cmc Waa- 
dorf • $47-4S7l or Ror- 
ri* Kf at-«m tor ao 

f^li^lMI ^BOtitiOB. 

TEEII-AGES - aeeded to 
ba^Ktt. Mf hone, days, 
Mr Jaly. lO-yw-oM, Rortt 
VtataU BeaiA. CaU «•- 

FAST grovtaf w. acada 
aavaal jait MM flavor* 
•aa, leod'aiiMi lalM- 
ttal. tratadai anfl^a. 
CaU ft»r Warria*, «l- 

QtS7. 

_ ' __ ■ ^ — t '^ . ■ >-" 

WORK ovwaaas. A a itrri - 
ia, Africa, Soott Amriea, 
Earapa. ate. ContracUon, 
Sataa, Ui^tt^tiOmieai. 
ate. fM80tot50,oniilitf. 
apaaa ai piM. For en- 
{dojvMat iMftmaalioa wrtta 
Ovaraaaa Emtegwal,B<« 
1011, Boitea, ila 02103. 

SA8AB OffEltar -Eani 
$1,000. iNtoaaa aov and 
Ckriatoias, wrt tiaa. «9- 
«aior424.ilM. 

.s-7-a. 



RErmEES - Sa^r CiU- 
can - We oacd year kalp. 
FaU or part Um. Flai- 
aM iKian, piod pay. Mage 
bwelHs. 4t4-7S22 or 4M- 
0846. 

MEQ} tor oeaaalaaal wrar 
ali^l k^ai^ tu « year 
oM. (tfm ialui) Mat 
ba*a traaayactatloa, 
Ckar^aad araa-RaArra- 
toraaea A sakry. wrUa 
to 9J03. im. Oi^ M, 
rfcitmaiH Va t^M» 



1^^ tR-MII 
mMtOAYS WAM ■ trM' 



tMOakOMM 
Ctaanaoa. Va. 
affBaUafldd«M.(l 
Jart 1 ^IM fraaa 



IIAS8AQEQM. 
M75 WEEKLY 
OUARANTEED 

No experieace necessary, 
wUl traia 1( or over. Bus- 
ineto Jgaa'a llaaMge A 
ifcaltt»».n^WM 



NEW JOBS: 

MTAITI^S- 

HOSI^ 

EXPERI0ICE 



WJU traia to aa» iMlUoa, 
9610 wntt (nraatee. 
Most be aUa to atart aork 
iUMt^tly. IVi u act 
reMaraat milt, CaU 

461-1198 



Booft n, QAXOKWE 
PUBk MAUCET. MO Oak 
(kwa M. (<« BrtUelWd 
Bbd) Saaaoa^ priead. 
■a« - Tka Kalfa Iba. 



WALL TO WALL CARPET 
■OCM SEE RUGS 
aSTtW OOTALLATlOil 
PrtMEIM-Om 

CARPETTOWN 

. Across froM 
SaOiAPton 



14- 



CA8HER 
f^CEPTlOMST 

$140 Week gvaranteed sa- 
lary. HoeiperieaeeBeces- 
sary. 

857-801B 



WILL Wiyait to ay hoBM, 
Glyadoa vaii«tiaCoUa(a 
Part Araa , <ta^«ri Mead, 

iaked, toaead yard, 4M- 
$864. _J____ 

11 



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AT ONCE 

2«»l 
1 WOMAN 

To fiU racettly ci<eate 
positloM. For toll ia- 
tonnatloB. CaU 

46M188 



For &le: Raatavaat-Ta- 
vera, FaUy locked aad 
a«4v«daadM«aiaod 
bariaaaa aov aaMmrV.S. 
», batvaaa SaOoUt aai 
Fraaklia. Haw ktlA bidld- 
lo(, Dev araU aad 210' 
»y IB' eorao^ M goaa 
Trith tfcu aala. UVKAt 
REALTY, FRAMKLIR.VA. 
562-»SS or S6Z-«07. 



CLOtt-OUT 

FEDOEftSAIRCOND 

%l 6000 BTU iitt.as 
2/ 1000 BTU fin.os 
1/ 12,500 9M.95 
1/ 15,000 $S4».95 

GAS GRILL 
%ecial - $14>.00 

WHITLEY'S 
GAS SERVICE 

ISO* BattMteU iUvd. S. 
Chaaapaake, Va. ai-2SM 



1»-Laaa» 



LOOKMGFOR 
EXTRj^ MCOME? 

Stow oar aa« IfW I^a 
of Olaadan, Praai»- 
tioaal AdvtftUc, aad 
Gtta to Local ffaiiaaaa 
Firau. FrilwyartttaM 
Mo iBTaatOMatodladlsas 
V "-trm Mitotan 
MiWraMliotortot^ 
w gat atoitad. ftoaqd. 
mmS^ MTvieavttkM 

rr (rid flna. rated AAA- 
WaaUy eaaiarfMioM 
aad Ittnal taau. \mta 
■Ma M cRew, D^d. UM. 
■EWTtW MFG. CO., 
■awtoa, loaa. 50aoi. 



flonDcnai CLAMS 

ItaMi AidH - Ordmrilaa- 
Oak fflU Vadleal Tralaiag 
SdM»l, Great Bridge. W\- 
3156. 

PUMO TUMOiqaadrepclr, 
tnt eatiaates, old riaao a 
apeeialtty. Call 4M-5916 
S-5-21. 



11 



EXPOOOICO pvdaata 



LOANS 



FOR AMY 



1K» 




orgaa m|or, aw aceaptlag 
retw^yiaaa tor ShI., prt- 
fata piaao or ofgaaianaaa, 
taglnora iini adnacad 
*itmU. Ctou t Miad .'Waa- 
Ura tnart araa «4-<$n. 



MidAi 

Norfolk 
County 

Finance Co. 

LOCAUY OWNED 
AND OPERATED 

482-3381 



>42 BATTLEFIELO BLVD. 

nra^M^ppnc CEMTES 



M-ArflckatorWa 



VICTCffilAM LOVE SEAT- 
t4?iKdstM«d la graaa rti- 
vat - 937S., TioauatrOle 
stofle bad aad aattreaa 
$50. Call 4I2-1S62. 




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OIL Mr.DwitCTfH Frw) 14M44l-1f70 
trCdlKtA»14-ai-17S1 

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SEE OUR LEADS 

nCBUGHTS FCSCBILO- 
REN, Ike avard-alaalag 
ddMrM's aagazlae 
aaada a Ml w oart-tiBa 
r^f t jaat rtlTtaMiearlw 
Vm Vi(|Ma Bcaek area. 
QiallfladtMds toraisked. 
S«U r«K«al aiatMiers 
omI aev mtuvects who 
write raeuMttag otlar ia- 
toatfioa. Eaia flntoi$«0 
to 91,C«> PS- aaatt ia 



{das iasanace aad raea- 
tiOB pragrtm. This oppor- 
taaity cmild 1^ to la 
area maaifenUp. Write 
C. F. tod. DMt. 1^, 
ncAUGITS FOB ^m<D- 
fiER.ZMO^INalPiffliAfe. 
Ortaabaa, OMo 43216. to- 
clad^ pnaopal data aad 




Pancake 
Shoppe 

1507 AUBfitic AvB. 
Ya.BMCh 

AUVARETES 
OF PANCAKES .... 

Waffles 
Omelets 

Guarenteed 

to be the best.. 

Free 
Parking In 
thenar 
428-9514 



Seafood 
Shoppe 

tSIt Atlantic A VB. 
Va.BBacii 

AU YOU CAN EAT...„ 



Sanradwitt 
(Meaiw, 
FrwA Fries, 
RaskPi^M 



Flounder 

Trout 

Ctiims 

Oysters 

StSHrlmfi 

Fr. Shrimp 

Steak 

' LOCAL F/mSHPm»- 

TitfiB CM C^dBre.» 
428^514 



W-ArtelwBtfhle 

iWIMUan pool i*iMe . 
sater - Hwt tf^MW ^ 
tM4 po^s ia stmk, sac- 
rittce price far ^apente- 
iy ae^M warebMse 
vaet, braad newawlm- 
mlag pools lw:lMda«, imA, 
toaea, tuter, aad wsr- 
raaty, Jl i l» o»er all. 
^K. iastalled. CaUware- 
kOHse collect diya or ev- 
ening, ask lor Aa, Utr 
4»-iW8. 

ncyCLE - Lady's Sapeed 
OeraiMar, h»rii« avkUe 
baadlitata, twi^ grip 
gearAp, eseeUM eeadt- 
ttai, $tb., CaU 4M-USI 
after 5 p.a. 



Mf 16, im 



40-lfeblto 



GHAMDY H.C. Wee Lrt 
ind 2 Bdrm. MoUle Hone 
one block froni Currituck 
Sound. Swimmii^ Pool A 
Recreation rif bU. Good H - 
thii% A kuntir^. Terms. 
Call 412-1445 for iator- 
maf <-.•!. 



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Board 



TROraUL AtoNM^airtS 
- AaMrtncal of Plutara, 
haaglng taAata. A^ft lot 
yoar "aoaaoaa." C^om la 
aad teowM! Oak Grove 
PtaaMaifcat. 

COINS, miaitures, dolls - 
Speeiai orders for Baby 
Oiril tdoUies. Sat tkaa at 
boott *t. Oak Gitm Flea 
Market. Soa atktog tor aUJ 

HiBD A XMIFE? Coaa- 
OoOaelMaBI- 



LAM»m^CTION,-OF 
-ia* 



fa 66(U, iMoruB 6u 
piaa fanitiin, antique 
doUa. We toQ A seU. 

VPRA^LS 

Maltoa Ai^pes 
4a>t iBiUw^pr Rd. 



W - GOTga Raaai^ 

YARD Sale - Sat., Joly 
It, 11 - 5 p.B. 2 cross- 
cat aaws, baad ^ow, rake, 
pttck tatk, fmca,taad nws 
clamps, mUs, w^jtis 
tire eladfls, dnMft iecp 
s«at, bad qtraadi, lltiBS, 
diakaa. vaaetUi tiiada. 
FMlDg aacMaeitBEIna. 
wardrobe tnafc, tta^ttf 
aat, baak beib, bo«fi~ A 
loUof odte A eaito.Jg(S 
Aitic Ave., Va. Beach. 



YARD SALE - Fri A Skt., 
My 1Mb A 19th. Every- 
ttiag Iroffl toys to fnrai- 
tare. (TbaUa VUlage) 105 
ScHith Fir Ave. 1 Block 
framTbaliaRd. 

II - Catoa aad Staapa 

RARE eoiss - {ormerly 
Morriew Qtt; NortoU's 
ooraiate, bay, seU, 
bq^i|_alton' coins, 
Ceo- 



trade. 



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TOP sen, - UadE fertila 
froa GreeArter. Saad aad 
flU dirt. Lot daari^! aad 
grading, laadacapiag. 
Maae SIl-SOW or 567- 
0234. 



ROOMS For mt, Ocaaa- 
tr«it renns, tar 2, weekly, 
$27.50 par pestum, AvalM 
Hotel, ViigUda Beach, Va. 
Call 421-5421 

45 - Apa rtaaato tor Raat 

•■la^MHMiii^^aBMlaii^aaiM 

2 li 3 BEmOOM APT8 
George WasUagtoa H«y. A 
GUmerton Rd: Cktse to 
school A all Bases. Phone, 
467-9220 

49-OBt-Ot-TowatoRart 

GRANDY N.C. - (WATER 
View acres) One block 
i^f Currituck Sound. 2 Bed- 
iixiin mobile home for 
rent Nicety furnished. La- ' 
rge eat-in kitchen. Sum- . 
ner months - $175 ' 
per lawth or year lease 
$125 per month Call 424- 
4507 or 48 2-1445. 

NAGS Head - 3 bedroom 
Cottage iacladM alrccedi- 
tioe, diskwadier, electric 
hMt. Carpeted throo^oat 
Weekly rentals-Sat. to Sat. 
%m per week. 468-1763 
or J97-3709. 

M - Faraa - Laad - Tto^ar 

714 tCRES - AoetloD - 5 
saparate parcels of wood- 
land (from 72.b Ac. to 191. 
69 Ac.) Goochland Co.. Va. 
(near 1-64, HadeasvlUe 
Exit) Satorday, July 26th, 
11:00 a.m. EsUte of C.A. 
StOHeU. 520 ACRES-17 Ad- 
joining tracts, Dewitt, Vir- 
giaia (Dinwiddie Co., S. W. 
a Pctersbarg) less Uian 
1 mi. from 1-65. Parcels 
from 2.5acresto71.5 Acres 
Attraetiyeiy wooded acr- 
eage. Fnndage on State Rt. 
646 Saturday, August 16tb, 
11:00 a.m. kaowa as "The 
Brttenrorth Laad". For In- 
torautJM A detaUed bro- 
elmre Owni^ Aoction A Rea- 
lty Co., Inc. 1301 Hermi- 
tage Rd., Riiftaiond, Va. 
Telqibone 604-S56-I493. 



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Wed., Fri., A Sat., 9a.a.-5p.B. 

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Chesapeake, Va. 



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GREEH RUN - i t 
1 l/2batb,byowaer,$3,Md 
and aaagat $87. aHethly 
payme^ nlMte-^ldrtB 
and tomliy wRh pool aad 
parka aaart?. CaU «7- 
6119. 



VA. BEACH, 
Park-By owner. IM toet 
(rf mtorfrMd-daw water 
accesa IrM OM Col- 
onial. 5 1/4| 
$55,000 490-1442. 



GRANDY N.C. Nice Lot 
and 2 Bdrm Mobile Hwne 
oaa btoek from Cnrritack 
Bond. 8«dBmii« Poal A 
Reereattoa r^bto.Goadfl- 
»tag A hanUag. Teras. 
CaU «2-l4« lor tator- 
matlep 



8^8 

EARN 
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Selllag SAacripUoaa on 
JNWr own tiae High Coa- 
muaiOB MUST be friaad- 
ty and dependable aadoid- 
g«ring. Call for appotat-. 
meat. 
4M-3430 
Vfrgtala Baa^ Sar 



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^ iniDERM,000 
1^ Oevtt Valaabk lot 
Mb tkrac bafiooa cot- 
tage. L-ahapad acraowd 
lat^ Newly raftnaMed 
waU aaaiearad aad TLC. 
(^ 427-3W0, after 4pB. 



ROUSE paintiag aad boae 
ftvalrs, aU work guarart- 
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Bobby Todd, •57-6960 or 
Frad Ricbardaoa, tt4-946L 

PAiNtiRG - orrERxm 

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ratw oa aaaUar Isba by 
a^artaBced patatara dv- 
ing iMBan- aoatta. Cht- 
aapaaka Sdaaea taactar. 
Fraa aattartw. dl7-7 S7l 

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Hardwood Fkwra 20 Yra. 
evartoaee, bacaMaatea 
420-6474 alter 6 p.B. 



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MOYOdt, M. t. Ap^ 
1 acre wltk 2 Bdrm. bane. 
1 Ule batb, Totd Sbed, 
Trees. $20,000. Tenaa or 
flaaaee yonwU. CaU 482- 
I4«, agtta 424-4507 

UrAtm 



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Some of oar carriers are earalig $6. to $10. a werii 
tor dtflvarlng the Pictorial only one dav a wa* - 
Wedaeadqr afternoon. 
SEE APPUCAIKW ON PAGE 2 



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B-8 - The Sun, July 16. 1975 



Shock of tlw week 




TERi MUKULKA 

"I've become very fanatical trying to 
keep by my electric bills down," said 
said Teri Mikulka of Penibroke Shores 
in Virginia Beach. "Lately I've had the 
lowest bills in the nei^orhood, but 
I've worked like a demon." 

Mrs. Mikulka lives with her husband, 
Peter, a professor at Old Dominion 
University, and their three children 
in an all-electric, four-bedroom house 
at 43t7 Temple Court. Their most re- 
cent Vepco bills have been between $TO 
and $B0 a month, and Mrs. Mikulka says 
^"that's good." 

\if Lasi summer when their Vepco bills 

"jte re running morje ttian $100 a montti-- 

double from the previous year -- Mrs. 

Mikutt:a even had an electrician check 

n^tr house. 

Now she's- taking steps to keep tte 
Vepco bills down. The Mikulkas watch 
only black-and-white TV, and ihou^she 
has a clothes dryer, Mrs. MikuHca drys 
her clothes outsi(te. During the winter 
she uses the dryer but vents it into 
the kitchen to help heat the house. 
Mr. Mikulka also estimates she saves 
about $9 a month by turnir^ off the 
water heater at nr^t, despite advfce 
that it actually mi^t cost more to do 
so. . 

V\nien she is asked about Vepco, Mrs. 
Mikulka replies. "Well, I'll try to re- 
strain myself." 

She takes issue with the fact that 
Vepco stoddtolders want a fixed return. 
"Vl^en you invest in the stock market, 
you take a risk," she says. "With a fix- 
ed return, there's no incentive to im- 
prove your mana^msMfit. 

"It's irritating to reach a certain in- 
come level where you expect tot>e able 
to <k} certain ^in0, and then find your 
money going to Vepco. The c^jestion is 
do you need children, or do you need 
V^co." 




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July 23, 1975 



15 cents 



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Family s 5 week ordeal Is over 



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%NiallstlMSH 

it* li»K, rtnai^oniMlisoverfiH'Fruktiid Dorts 
miter. Sttn4«j'«<ttsc(m.r]roftbeirs9B'sdecompos«d 
tody to t fitM MV G«M«lBootkBoi^«arrtaad Pro- 
9Wtt)r Bowl Hied fitemaksefinmtyiiapiqr for 
tlMllUl««. 

nay karv kam ted coim to Fruk Jr., wbo bad 
IWMBintotaloi«wttliMxMeBdKeiflnHaa«,21 since 
Jne 14. Tit Millers taredud eqwetad tlie worst. 
TMr fears v«« amOewM. 

Tke toites cf Ow t«o aisstoK ■»« *erediscovei«d 
tetog MMcntwiuahiataeurtfeeKOAcafflKnMBte 
vhtfe Fratt Mittw Jr.'s tfmdOMd ear was ftMind. 

Row tte pcriiee are ftmst^Mv Oc deaUis. 

ne ekMd of Mac feiv* ttrt ln« Uiwa dmwd ofer 
tte lUller rcsUiMe to Oh NO Uodc of Mimde UsB 
Roa4 has baaa raised vUiadarkclond of moDnili«. 

Ike Hilte* 9oice iM He SoBODtlie Thursday be- 
IW9 ttw auataat. they taltod abort the reasons they 
•are sare son^Uat terrttle tad happened to their 

"I haow ay aoa aidl ewa^i," FraiAlllUerSr. said 
"Be voidd have called if he coold." He oqilained that 
Ua aoB had worked side 1^ side with him sii days a 
mek to the maiitf eaa n ce buiaenFraafcUiUer owned, 
wemt words to d^ribe the concern Miller 



Wad to Us aoB's lA^aabovU. How that toe 
bo^ hit beaa iBMd Minor to rali^ the rewani to 
^.000 to aiqr totaTMtta ttat woold Ind to the ar- 
rest Md cOBvlctiea of anyone toralved in the deaths. 
HoawvH', pottee tave reached the oieclusion that 

Huf ud HUlw died as a result <Mr toluries recrived 
to u aHtoawUtoaectdHt on Jne 14. 

nmai Am tovaati^tton police were lookiof tor two 
i^to via wore aea to Um missing pairs company. 
Thoae niM two girls were involved to the two-car 
aahMBObile aeddaM. 

The Alver itf the teawi car wata local man who the 
poltet«MUaadtoidMtuy. - 

INMct aatfttt 0rta are Into KlehflMiBdaad Joveni- 
tot. MoMitf^t to poUee, the yomii girl's recoUecttoa 

of the emits sarroMiHng the a«*ite« tahasy because 
they iwre noBiKloai ta> a t^ after Uk acckleat 
PrtU* bdta« MUer and Ha^ were thrown from 



the car. 

Oo Tlnirsday FraMc Millar nU, "I would rather find 
my sons dead |oify than go on not loowlng. At least 
then we could %by hia." 

It was hard for ttelU^athepastfive weeks. Iliey 
expected the worst, ^ Oer Mill hoped thiirson ms 
aUtre. 

"I )ast waattoknowif FraA'aallTO, " Flra-^ice Mil- 
ler said Tharatfay. "tt't lite a atgUiure. laever feB 
ttis terrflde." 

The last time FraA Miller Sf. saw his son was Fri- 
day, Jane 13. Swhy, June IS, was FaUier's Day. The 
MQlers eqwcted Frai* Jr. tor dimertlMt night. When 
hi dtdat show q) hto father was nK»«aa^ thai ai9- 
thli«rtse. 

Btf Frank Miller 1^. didaat kaMttathto saa'a car 
was found sbandoneCattheKlbAca^igrowdoaGener- 
al Booth Boulevard the td|^ before: ffee doors to the 
car were ajar. "Hiere was no sign of a strt^sto. 

Frank Miller Jr. was dotag well at the tiaw of the 
disappearance. He earned |200 a wtA clear worUog 
for his father. He stared a rented house at 400 Faldau 
Drive with Ua friends Ron Walls and Jerry Alley. 

The 22-year-oid graduate of Princess Ame High 
School was the coach (rf a basditll team, the Pio- 
neers, in the Virginto Beach DidiBited League. Be 
also coached baatetoall, was aa avid golfer aad took 
physical Mtocattoa coursea tor two years at Tide- 
water Community College. 

He and Kerin Baag were ctote friaada aisce high 



tor ranwtera him at "a hai4 1 

f nafc Miller ergydaad Oe search iMdi colmimi- 
ted to the discovery of his«»'sbody. file pM^ came 
and^ve iHvper iastmiMns.Hedidi'twaattteiiicer- 
tato jdgMmare to eoattaoe. 

'i'lW ae^ected ay toutaeas to aach aa ezteal tM 
if I donlW oo tbe ball, I'a gotog to toM everythiv 
I've got," Miller said Thnnitoy. 

Ftoreace MiUer wean the won, drained look you 
would oqied firom a aoHwr who iMt her soa. The 
toil do tor ant to estia^ed. 

UK Millers tave ttree otter diUdrea. Ruth Aai, 26, 
Ddiorah Sue, 21, and Tlmaiy 14. 

Unless tte police discover new evidoce, tte Mil- 
tor toaily can bury their son and try to forget toe 
tn«ic evento of te pad five wiritt. At least ttey aa 
try tordnild their UveslWMriagi^ hmmiedto th^ 
SOD. For fxA knowing wais the-bardest thing of aU. 




frupk and Fforence Miller talk to a Sun 
r^wrter in their home about tfieir swt's 
disi^^arance. 




Shock of 
the week 

See page 2 



Road work to start 



Cm^^Mem to wMa a rtrrtdi et Holtoad Sud 
tot Iwr-land h^^t«y rtoM b^a wWda Wd^s, 
Viiitato IhrnOt CMWiaMr tm^M^ mt^»9.W. 

to t. Vhia TflmPP^n^f^^Mtnctton titne Mce 
mderway at om fm. 
Com itf tte flr« i^ to ertlaated at |l.l ^BNk 




Oet. Frarric Willis (ri^) talks over in- 
structions with Frank Miller Sr. as ttie 
search for the two missing men's bod- 
ies gets underway.. 



Spending plan vote expected 



Virginto Beach Ctty 
Manager George Banbury's 
plan to sptaA nearly |20 
aUUoa OB mwi^al pro- 
|«eilt Wt Ito^ yaar to 
eqwcted to go b^ore City 
Oaacil Ibatey for a first 
re«ltog vote. 

Under Hariwry's plan, 
the larger ezpendttures 
would to tor sew pro- 
fwi* totaHng |6.2 nilUon. 
Tte city manager prtqioses 
to ^mi |4.6 aiUm oa 
ogineering and hl^ways. 

gainiOB 00 bHll«i«s aad 
.S mflUm tor two eto- 
aetlary adwolt. Hlt.{iaa 
alOT talis for |jr.2 aflllon 
IW Mter ps^eets aad|1.2 
ralllkn tor puts and re- 
ereidoe. 

The sp^cUog package 
wouM to financed primar- 
ily by IIS.S minioB togen- 
«ml lAUg^OB toads aod 
|4.1 ailUion to revoae 
Aartag tatto. 



Some of tte projects to 
receive taads under tte 
proposal toclnde phase one 
of Old DoaatiM ^utway, 
Long ^9A Canar,'a new 
brai^ library c» Fin^ 
Q>lonial ReiM, purctase *a 
Sote Ball, a restnxmmall 
00 ITIh StTMt and a cchb- 
Biuitty ceder to Kem{s- 
ville: 

Mayor J. Curtis Payne 
told The Sia te jdaimed 
to me^ wfth,HaA«ry and 
Finance Urector Giles 
Dodd this we^ to review 
tte p^kage and sta<^ tte 
prasibility of a decline ia 
tte city's aittoipated re- 
vearn tor toe yar. 

Dori^ a p«d>ltc hearii« 
00 tte spendii^ plan Mon- 
(tay, several spediers 
qwsttoned certain expen- 
diture. Former City 
IWttger W. Russell Hat- 
ctett exposed the pur- 
i^ises <H m»e Hall. 



ctases (rf Rose Hall. F. 
Reid Ervin, a former vice- 
mayor, said, "The general 
fund should never te call- 
ed on to finance capital 
projects." Ervto alsosato 
tte ^ce tags oi 11.5 mfl- 
Itoo to renovate a build- 
ing at Bow Cntk Golf 
Course aad %Z.i mil- 
lion to coastrad a com- 
muiity c«iter u Kem|»- 
ville were too h^. 

"Tte ttone to dart tlght- 
aiii« tte btf to right Bow,- 
Ervto said. "We can set an 
exam^e for taxpayers bf 
tei^ a Itttle more {H-adeot 
to tte ways we speial our 
money." 

CMUcilman Dr. J. Hmry 
McCoy acknowledged that 
there might te qiposttioa 
to the Kempsville Com - 
munity Center. McCoy saU 
he would "flgU tooth and 
nail" for tte center. 

In otter bostoess Moo- 



day, OwncO: 

Agreed to loan tte to- 
(histrlal Develoimiwt Au- 
ttortty up to $1,050,000 
if necessary over tte next 
12moatte; 

Eqiantoi toe etty*! 
pay liaa to iadude em- 
p%w ta tte dly*! eoB- 
stituttoMl otOimsIalft- 
ing their salaries to Uae 
w& otter city emfdoy^; 
• Appointed Frank Ad- 
fcins to the Bicoiteonial 
C(Hnnusston; 

'-He^ipointed Earl M. 
Tdautt and appointed E. 
Victor White and KaaeOi 
Whitefaorst Sr. to tte Mto - 
imum Housing BoardofA^ 
peals. 

•Prior to its pnklieaeet- 
ing. CouncU net to encu- 
tive session, closed to tte 
pid>Uc and press, for 12 
afiMt» to discuss wh^tte 
ageeda listed as "persoo- 
ari' ma^rs. 



Miss Virginia 



Joan Gra<fy. 21, the current Miss Vlr- 

Sinia Beach wK>n the coveted crown of 
liss Virginia Saturday in Ro«ioke. She 
will represmt Virginia at ttie Miss 
America P^^ant in Atlwrtic City in 
September. 




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Shock 
of the 
week 




MRS. GALLOWAY 



When Virginia Galloway, 4064 W. Co- 
lonial Parkway in Windsor Woods, opens 
her Vepco bill, it niakes her angry 

In the last year, herdljills havenearly 
doubled, although she reported that the 
family has tried to conserve. In April, 
a bill covering 63 days was $146.31 com- 
pared to a bill for $87.76 for a 57-day 
span the year before. 
; If she really wants to get riled at Vep- 
co, Mrs. Galloway pulls out a sheaf of 
old bills dating back to 1966. In August 
1966, she paid only $12.23for electricity 
for one month. June the same year was 
even lower, only $10.32. 

"We've got our home, and we've got 
our life savings sunk into it," she said. 
"What are you going to do? They burned 
effigies in North Carolina, and I think 
ttiat's the way it's going for the consu- 
mer." 

Mrs. Galloway, the mother of thrcse 
teenagers and a 5-year-old, said sb'"now 
reads her electric meter and cutL-uacic 
sharply on her use of appliances it it 
looks like the bill mig^t be bigger than 
the bankbook. 

She sat in her living room, which was 
draped against ttie sun, wearing shorts 
and a sleeveless top. A fan in the door- 
way of the room lifted the damp, heavy 
air. It was- 90 degrees outside. 

"I turned on the air conditioner yes- 
terday for the first time," she admitted. 
"Your clothes just stick to you." 

■IShe saidalotofhernei^orsinall- 
electric homes also are having problems 
paymg tt»e*V Vepro hills. "Just look 
around at Windsor Woods and vou s«<i 
more "for sale sign^ going up. I've^t 
a feeling V^co has a lot to do with it." 
.Mrs. Galloway's daughter. Donna, who 
ju$t completed her junior yearatKeilam 
High School, agrees thatttie electric bills 
are staggering. 

"W^n I get out of hi^ school," she 
said, "if I don't live witti nrty parents I 
Am't think I could make it on my own 
wi^ bttis like Vepco. i ^n't need a tel- 
ephone. I can always write letters, but 
»« something you can't live with- 



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News Briefs 



Burgler convicted 



A 1-ioot-tall iMitriee. wko allegedly itole the ckiri 
prosccator't sM§m aad tMo dwinc a barglar; 
tpree, Prktay ma sertMctd to 15 v^rs in prtsion 
for iMiitariting a Saiw>ridKe resMence Oct. 20. 

Glei Ray Kirtcmaa, 30, «as coovteted o( taking 
ISOOO «ortb <a telefiaioM aad Mero eiialpmeirt 
from 3S«0 Sao^iper !U)Mi. KlrtoRai aail wsc«mi- 
pllce were aire^id an ln«r alter tlw iHwJc-liis. 

la om of the break-ins, CoenMMwcalfli's Atty. 
AiKfa« Evaas tott Ms ilMgm aad rnUo. 



Women arrested 



Three Norfolk Wwnea tevelieenarrestedinconnec- 
tion vitk the May 17 murder (rf Mart SeUers, 19, a 
Little Creek sailor, aad Uie wmadlaf ^ a Navy com* 
panten. 

Venmta Mia^ia, 21, Liaita Jeaa Garete, 24 aad 
Ltaita Harris, 26, are io custody. 

Miagfia has bees charged with murder ia the death 
of Sellers aad the sbootiag of RayauMd Boras, 19, 
during a rohbery attemjit. She was arrested July 12. 

Garcia ts Ueiog heM ia New Orleaas, pendiag ei- 
traditioa. 

Harris was arrefted July IS at Nuiolk Regiosal 
airport. 



Refuge violaters 




What's codciri today: 
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ONLY mures 

FfKM THE BEACH 



William Goodman, 12, iotes his trumpet 
home from his lesson. William says 
he is getting quite good on the horn. 
He is. th6 son of Mr. and Mrs. Buck 
Goodman of ^05 S. Oriole Circle. 




FR£SH 
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JULY 28 to 



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OffiME PILLING. 



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teck Bay Natioaal Wildlife Refuge Maaager Dennis 
HoUaad is iayestigattag the possiiWty of beach bos 
service to the North Caroliaa (Mer Baaks through 
the refuge. 

Deputy Asst. Merior Secretary Dooglas Wheeler 
asked HoUaad to eiq>tore the possiliility ot bus ser- 
vice ia the rehge. 

For several BHMrths Outer Banks property owners 
have bees barred from driviag the r^uge beach mote. 
The Department of laterior closed the beach to vehic- 
ular traffic in an effort to prtrtect the region's environ- 



TUrteea members of a Virginia Beach family 
were left homeless Saturday n^ whea fire de- 
stroyed their Woods Comer H(Hne. 

The home of Mr. aad Mrs. David Freemaa Jr. 

degtroye d by a tire 

posMSslons were destroyed. 



Fire destroys tiome 



M0Or«IAK£R 

Va. Beach's Most Elegant 

Gounnel Seafood Restaurant 

■ And Supper Club Featuring 

July 23 -27 
"ROSEMARY CLOONEY" 



' COMING! TWO GREAT SHOWS! 
JACKEVERNON and alsoTHE EXECUTIVES 



Builder electrocuted 



Dtaiag 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. - SHOWTIME 9 * 12 
Cocktails - Major Credit Cards Accepted 



CATERING: for weddbigs, banquets amd 

PRIVATE PARTIES 



Funeral services were Friibiy fbr Harold Z. Daves, 
41, a Virginia Beach buildiag coatractor who was 
electrocuted July IS whea he plugged in an electric 
saw while standing in mod aad water at a coostnic- 
tioo site. 

The accidest UxA place about S a.m. ia the 5600 
block of Albright Street in KempsviUe, 

Daves }tved at. the 100 block <a SoOh Palm Ave. 



Bay bus explored 



Two Horn Caroliaa men were serteaced to star 
months pralatioB fnr trespassiag oa the bnch at tte 
Back Bay HatkNal WlMUfe Be^e. 

Ernest H. Bowden, ^^rtd«d of the Outer Ba^s 
Civic LeagM, and Mat^ F. Ttornton were charged 
with drivi^ over the beach betuwen the North Caro- 
lina Older Banks and San<R>rk^e without govera- 
ment permission. 

Bowden, a permanert residMt of the Outer Baaka, 
has a permit to drive oa the beach, but was cited fOr 
violatii^ the 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. curfew. 



Deadly accident 



Two mea, oac from Virginia B«tch aad the other 
from Madison Heights, died earty Thursday ia a head 
on two-car crash on S(Nrth Military Highway. 

Police ideMified the victims as William L«e Allea 
Sr., 33, of tte 3300 block of McDo^ld Rd., Virginia 
Beach and Frederick Cordwell Coffey, 38, of Matt- 
soB He^hts. 

AIM'S car was beaded ia the east liouad laae, tra- 
velii^ at a high speed, whea it coU^ed with C(rffey's 
sportscar. 



Plenty of PMrking 
16th St. and Atlantic Ave. 

428-0048 or 425-0730 



Local 
banks 
to merge 



The First Virginia Bank 
of N ansemond wU be mer- 
ged into First Virginia 
Banir. of Tidewater, the 
boards of directors of both 
baaks announced Thursday. 

First Virginia Bank of 
Tidewater las five offices 
in Virginia Beach. 

The merger, which is 
wufmnttfi to Improve ser- 
vice to Virginia Beach re- 
sidents and increase oper- 
ational efficiency, should 
be completed by the eud 
of 1975, p«idiag approval 
by the Federal D^sit la- 
suraace Corporation, the 
Virgiaia ^te Corporatioa 
Commission and the stock- 
holders of each bank. 

The proposed bank will 
retain the charter and name 
of First Virginia Bapk of 
Tidewater and operate 26 
offices in Norfolk, Virginia 
Beach, Suffolk, Portsmouth 
and Gloucester. 




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merchaadise. 

t.^ Refnad Guaranteed with deduction of auction cxpnaes. 
$0 Door Prizes will be givea away. 

fUs is the imly auction sponsored ft guaranteed by the bt'l. 
Pwstaa Rug WMvers. 

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Comment 



Crazy fhings*we 
all pay for 

July 1 began a r%w fiscal year for ttte 
Federal government, ^«te of Virginia iwid 
nwst local govenvnental entrities. 

As rung-oul tai^ayers rang out the old 
yeat. ^tending haf^ Bureaucrats and 
Con^essmen welcomed Vk new one as 
: another opportunity, with a lot «rf help from 
yowr tax dollars, "to indulge themselves 
and their fiscal fantasia. 

Let's thrice anettter look at stmie of the 
projects our Federal govemnoent is sup- 
porting with tax dollars. 

Taxpayers' money went to finance a $35, 
OOO one-year chase crfwildboars inPakis- 
tan. But much more intersting, $70,000 
went to study ttie smell of perspiration 
given off by ttie Australian aborigines. 
Thaf s rigt^, someone took the fin«Kial 
perspiration of American iXKpvfers and 
^ve $^,000 away to study v^t makes 
^wrigines hot under the collar, kwtgaroo 
skin or whatever they wear around their 
necks these days. 

We gave a $28,361 odor measuring 
madiine to Turkey. 

Presumably, they can use it to smell 
out more U. S. dollars. 

Some ^,000 wenHo study the I if e views 
of ttie Gaujuro Indians in Colombia. We 
sent Morocco a ^,314 potato machine. 
If tiiey had any potatoes, they could use 

it 

Did you know ttiat it costs iheAmeri<^n 
taxf»yers $117,^0 a ^r to su|^rt the 
tederal govemm«nl% Bo»'d of Tea Tast- 
ers? 

Don't laugh, we paid ttie Queen of Eng- 
laitd $K,000 for not planting cotton on 
her plantation in Mississippi. We also 
paid Ford Motor Company $14,000 not to 
plant wheat, and Lifaby-McNeil $19,000 
. not to grown cotton. 

Our tax dollars purc^tased a $2,000,000 
li^ury yacht for Yugoslavia's Marshal 
Tito. 

There is mudi nwre. During World 

War I somewie set up ttie Interdepar^ent 

Screw Thread Committee. Who do you 

ttiink it is doir^ w4iat to? It is still 

; arowHl, and costs ttie taxpayers $250,000 

; a year, • 

We gave $6,000 to stody Polishbisexual 

frogs. $85,000 wmrt to learn about ttw 

: "Cultural economic and social intact of 

' rural ro^ construction in Poland," $^, 

000 went to study ttte blood groups of 

'■ Polish ZIotnike pi^, $S,OQO went to track 

down a certain BumrMse ant Mid ^,000 

went to learn sboui Yugosalvian Interti- 

dal Hermit Cr^s. 

.kist in case you can find sound reasons 
for spending this kind of money for the 
study of such things, how about this: 
^,000 to talHilate the difference t}etween 
native American and Indian whistling 
dud(S, ami ^,000 to investigate ttie Ger- 
man cockroadi. 

Tax dollars went for a $71,000 history 
of comic books, 6,000 went for an analy- 
; sis of violin varnish and $^,324 went to 
: learn all about the mating calls o^ Cen- 
tral American toads. 

And of (XHjrse ^re's the $19,300 to 
find out why c^iildren fall of tricycles. 
Guess what tfie answer was? "Unst^le 
performance, particularly rollover while 
^rning." The pentagcvi spent $375,000 to 
study ttte Frisbee as a possible weapon. 
And $121,000 went to find out why peo- 
ple say "ain't", $33,101 went to conduct 
a test of ttie Nisband-wife relationship, 
$15,000 to find out how fishing boat crew- 
men cause conflicts in Yu^slavian towns, 
$25,000 to stiMly biotogical liiyttims of cat- 
fish in India, $8,500 to stiKfy medieval 
Spanish satire and invective, $14,000 to 
learn ^>out s^eciation in cave bettles, 
$2,4^ to train'18 Good Humor ice cream 
peddlers, $70,000 to classify and (teter- 
ttnm ttie p<^lation biology of Indo- 
Australiw ants, $12,«M to study ttie chro- 
mosomes of chipmunks, $159,000 to teach 
mottiers hmv to play with ttieir birisies, and 
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Why the big smile? Donald Wilson, 8. 
of 326 Amsterdam Court has just caugM 
a f i^. 



Forum 



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hneh of Oie MACP «e- 
pkirvtte nMcM, BM«e 
•ad ifMO i M maitrM 
Mr. MiMS HMntoa udtt 
gisadcfclM . W» wmt aa ad- 

a eomauakmiit taait, a 
■a si hOM^ud tate- 

1N' dipknc flric t)iM of 
B O M t reas Mtioa aid 
ptodit mr ftdl «vpert ud 
aa ev r««»re*a to Ike 
praf«- MUnrtiM to h^- 
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I'B aol naally a eo«- 
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mn. A. J. Itattn, 



I've baai c^vIbk wflfe a 
trtftor tor IS yaan Md 
r«e aew toM to aadi a 
an^nMacas, any wm - 
aole to toy cutotof ear- 
car. TIar <teM ill 
ail0Mndatf'adwaMt 
aap a aatw ptaee I atar 
caiqiadto. 

ItfeaaaAAAnttvaUdl 
tt daaaat daaam. 

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tott«s to AAA nd BoU- 

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Correction 



Uw. Carol PirrUvu 
■at toctetoK at the AMOd- 
attoa of Boioaich aad Ea- 
ItiMiwiiit It Tiiraiwrt 

adta toat voaic'ar ~ 



qnkc at He Fdlovaa^ of 
taaer I4|^. He taire- 
CretoiteMTW. 



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Roy to aov mtttoc Us 



Ae "KM^bm U 
kaagndHtad vttfckoasv eoane v^h tadadaa all aturart 
toaaOteiMalWventtjr.a piftaes (tf e^Aea praper 

aetoxd raa bf iMftockjr attoa accordtoc to Cokiael new kaovtadi^ to vnrfe to 
Fried ak±m. Harlaad Santor's te(tei- his Job aa tke 

qaea, to addtttoa to ctass- maaacer of 
Roy H. Svtoi^ eoai- 



tte KeatMl^ 
OB eqaipBoit raatate- Fried CUdsm *b»re at 
217 ItoeeaHat Bd. 



Beach's oldest amusement park 



For 75 years Searide AmneaMat Vnfk 1ms toaa 
a sovce of eatertaiaaeot for resiidcato ad tairtoto 
to Virgtoia Beaek. Seadde was tone betore all ttw 
Mds ud BMteU, betoe the lealnraato. etm be- 
fwe toe boardvaft. At <ae time, tbe pafk was five 
ttoies its ftresot rise, si»wlBe »tt ads sieft as 
t^ltfit^ wallcers aad traiaed cMmpaaxces akag vttb 
Bany rides aad gases. 

For 31 at those 75 years, Eleaaor DwiBet has 
managed tbe park at Laddi Rood aad AtlaaticATegM. 
The spirite, red haired wmiaa sits to her otdce as 
tte SOB baOten bask atoeg the bea<A. Oe e^aiaa 
that ereatually aiai^ of those peopte vlll vatt 9 
froB the beach aad spead their atoa^ to ieaside 
Part. -Pet^le qdtt Oeir time betveea the beach 
aad tbe park." she said. 

The park has 14 rides to choose tnn, ptas games 
aad food. Mrs. Daqaet says its imponifale to tdl 
«iddi ride or game briqgs in the most ioeome. 
'ft all depewto ob the veathn-,' she aoM- 

*If it raias." she said, the food staads amkeOe 
most. If it's amf. toe rfdas make tte moaf 

ne park has seven maaa^v, be^das Mrs. Do- 
qaet. There are two food maaa^rs, oaeridemaaafer, 
a skee baU auaa^r, a maaager for the boardvaft, 
a gaiMs maaager aad a toaaagH' k« tte bathhoase 
wUcb tbe park also mm. 

Tbe ride maaager, Herbert L. QtBop, has beea 
vito the park for U ]«ars. Oad to Us gnasy 
brows work mat, GaUop calady tatts tkant Us Job. 



1 ^aek the rhia IH- safety first tUag every I 
tog,- he saM. 7 

Ha to to darge of the rWe operators aad 1 

tb«, as v^ as the rUaa, are voiUag 



Galkp doeaaniUk tte pait opo^titoa has I 
very iMKh Im- Urn. "It's all atont the 
every yaw,* he r^aaritod. 

*I IflM the peopte aad tte wmk,' he aaid, talUiv 
ahoalwhat has kept Ua at the aaae Job in- ao lo^. 

The ride auaager team a Uaak trytog to 1 
bar aMaaal eveaU of Us career. 

Ekuat lto«Mt dmat ae has a irtvid 
of a tow vary aanttc aloriesr ^ 

Mm rememberi tte time aa ci^-year-oU hof 
wa&tA oat of the mea'a room wUk the toitot aa^ 
■tiA aroaad Us shoalders. R had to be aamd off. 
1 eooaa't flgoe oat how the Ud got It aroad Us 

«■ to -fc- f 1 II afc 1 il 

Thn there ms the time dw was ™>~Ti-g « 
aet. i*ca oae (rf the ^a^s ptftod oa 
end ao bard "tt imoAad me ea av 
fr^tad. 

The part to opea each year from the middto of 
May to LAor Day. Etoaacr Dapet AUta* ho- head 
aad sa^ *a tot has Aaaged ttm» I eaaehere.' 
AalBMlMtCiiaop? 

Wdl, he stares oat itf tte OMaa whMi to ao mwe 
ttaa 75 yarb bom Us toet. sad 
■ever havtog tiae to go sviaMtog. 




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Beach Sports 



The Sun, July 23. 1975 — A-S 

It was Ilka old times at BoekwM 
Arena July 16. For the story, 
see page A-6. 



Derby day at Mt Trashmore 

The soap boxes rolled 



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Wtat is more aU-Ameiican ttan a soap box derbjr? 

Or p«riia|» tke ^esUon should be, after iosit^ a 
natiowJ $|x«sor (Cktrrolvt, in 1972) and weathering 
a Mtitml eteati^t scampi (in 1973) is the sport that 
ooceranked wtlb Mom and an>le pie still inf ectii% kids 
and jMhilts alike with the same race enthusiasm the 
way tt dU wajr hack whra? 

The aaswer shMU be a FMondlng yes. Despite the 
hct <kat the derby MruQled throvBti a two- year period 
et ncertaiay aad flu«sial iutabUity followi^ the in- 
(amoas choiU^ scandal of the 1973 running of the nee, 
it's back as slroog as ever in Tidewater, and last week- 
cad iuroTided the proof that in spite of the machinatiMU 
of such a huge regiOMl undertaking, kids andadnlts 
can pitch in and compete h<^stlyandhavea goot time 
at it, too. 

More than 1,000 qteetators liMd tte maddy skfiec 
of Mt. Tradiaore In Virginia Beach to antch 75 
jmmgsters ages 11 to IS — and both boys and girls 
as well — Jet down the KO fotrt aqAaK traclc in bmt 
aller hwt to gk>ry, and, in at Irast one case, a berth 
to tte National Soap Bos Derby set tor August 15 in 
AkRM, Ohio. 

This year, the winner was Christian Riddle, an U- 
yatr-old driver trtm Chesapeake. Riddle, in his fint 
soap hoi dertiy nee, drora the car qioasored Iqr the 
Naval Guam HlasUes Schod, Class 7532 to victory 
in the (by's final heat over Norfblk's Mark Ocmoo ia 
a time of 21.18 secoids. He U the son of Mrs. D. 



Riddle III of 641 Norcova Drive in Chesapeake. 

Virginia Beach ccmtestants number«l a solid 21 is 
the we^end competition with a surprising number of 
them girls, six in all. Virginia Beach honors Included 
a quarterfinal finish by Debbie Manning, 11, of 217 
Capot Road. Virginia Bnch Mayor J. Curtis I^yne 
won the Mayor's Oil Can Derby, the first Virginia 
Beach mayor ever to win the award. Last year Ports- 
mouth mayor Richard 3. Davis copped the award. 

From the huge tesA erected on t(q>of the IQ-toaH Mt. 
Trashmore, the racers issued in Icng lines, waiting pa- 
tleMly for their turns in their heats. Waitingwas part 
of the game Saturday, and everycne had to ea^ with 
the heat and pressive to make sure things k^ runni^ 
smoothly. 

"I've been called eighty difierent kinds of nmes to- 
day," said one member ot the Jaycees detailed to keep 
pe(q>le off tte asphalt track. 

So while the naming of the derby ^is Iqr no means 
reuhed the proportloBs (tf i^foae (teys, in Virginia 
B«ch the aoap Ua dei^ racing sport is oo tte q>- 
swing, aad as soon as &tnrday's racers rolled tteir 
motorless creatloss home to tte garage, you can te 
sure they were already working oo next year's modd, 
pooderlDg wtwOer a body change tere or a modified 
axle ttere migM mate tte dftference next summer. 

Tte difference is a $150 cash |»rlce, a tnq>hy and 
an all-expense paid trip to Akron. 





Virginia Beach's Steve Rockefeller gets 
set to take off in an early heat of 
Saturday's 18th Annual Tidewater Soap 
Box Derby at Mt. Trashmore. Steve is 



the son of Mr. and Mrsi W.A. Rocke- 
feller Jr. of 2301 Kingsman Arch in 
Virginia Beach. 



The 18th running of the Tidewater Soap 
Box Derby left young and old alike a 
little worn mX. At left, the patch on 
Kay Bamab^'s knee mi0M afso reflect 
her tHjmt ouf nfK>od as she waits for 
her heat. Kay is the dau^ter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Kenneth A. Bamaby of 1320 
Conrad Lane. At right, racer Steve How- 
ell of 809 Westerly Trail gets a few 
last minute instructions from a Jaycee 
official. Louis Didioof2016AirlineBou- 
ievard in Portsmouth crosses the line 
under Walter Munden's checkered flag 
to win an early heat. At bottom right, 
attentive scorers and timekeepers watch 
ttie starting line at the top of the Mt. 
Trashmore track 974-feet away. More 
ttian 75 Tidewater youngsters took part 
in the day long event. 




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ttw judges to Danny Parker (in robe) 
m^ Johnie. Block as referee Al Rothen- 
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bout for the Blue team in boxing action 
July 16 at Rockwell Hall at Little Creek 
Amphibious Base. 



Olympic hopefuls fight 
it out under the lights 



In Rockwell Hall's hot, smoky arena at Little Creek 
AmpbiMous Base Wednesday night, the band from the 
bases' School <a Music across the street was jdaying 
the old theme soii( of Gillette's Friday Night at the 
Fights, the program that oitranced boxii% fans for 
years <» iiati(»ial television in the '50s and '60s. 




Darwy Parker (left) and Washington 
D.C.'s Johnie Block stare each other 
down as referee Al RottieNserg explains 
the rules of the nrwitch. Parker won #ie 
bout decision. 



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For the fans gathered to watch the AAU Jimior 
Olympic and open boats there that n^ht, the com- 
p^ition coald not have been better if it had been 
Hocky GraH»B0 or Floyd Pattenmo in the rii< rather 
than Virginia AAU boxiag champ Alton HiU or Viiftai- 
ia Beach's Ricky f»Ms^ 

But it was a night for insets. Hill representti^ the 
USS Hermitage, was Icnocked off by Philadelpkia't 
Jeremiah King in their . 147-poniid bout In a ^flit 
decision where Kidg racked op most of Us poiiits in 
the final round. 

Butts, the home town boys, had a t««her time 
in his ISe-ppood match with Newport News' Jote 
Jarvis scored the only technical knockout of the 
evening orar Butts, nfbo was outclassed throi«hoiit 
the fight. Referee Al Rothenberg stofiped tke uneven 
battle in the middle <a the seco^ roond al thethree 
round bout. 

In the other bouts, John Lewis of Nortplk d^eated 
Woodrow If itcheU cd Norfolk in die «ra^ef flie fbm: 
junior Olympic boutsat 80-pounds. In the 85-pound 
nutch, Trent Sanders Lorenzo Bunch stopped Wayne 
Sanders and Reggie Parker did the same to Dave Wor- 
ld. Alifour boxers haUed from NortWk. 

In the UZ-pound bout of the Navy versus Vinginia 
AAU card, Joim Carter of Philadelphia beat Reggie 
Neal of Washington, D.C. , while Damqr Parker <rf the 
City of Brotherly Love stopped D.C's Johnie BIo^ 
in the 125-pound bout. 

Philadeli^a came out on t(9 once again wh«i Ron- 
ald Aurit defeated Bobbie Ellis of Washingtott, D.C. 
Aurit is a product of Temple University. 

At 139-pioumts, Rayford Collins of the USS Mt. Whit- 
ney stewed Bob Piizuto of Lindenwold, N.J., brt PUl- 
idelphia's Randolidi Scott came out ontopoverRueben 
Nuncio of the USS Forrestal at 147-pounds. 

At t65-pounds, the Navy came back in the form of 
Keith Broom from the USS John F. Kennedy to ncore a 
Wg decision over Charlie Lawson of the AAU team from 
Phllaitelpbia. Broderick Mason won for miadelphia, 
tho««h, at 178-pouiBls over Al Yasbick out of Charlot- 
esyille, Va., and in tte heavyweight bout, Norfolk's 
Bobby Jordan won a final three- round decision over 
Marvin Stiiteon of Philadelphia. 

For a sclmtule (d' iqKoming amateur boxing evmU 
at Little Creek -- which are free and open to the pob- 
lic -- contact the Public Affairs office at tte base at 
464-7923. 




Ronald Aurit of 
Philadelphia (left) 
cl indies with 132- 
pMnd q^>onent Bob- 
bie Ellis (hiring act- 
ion at Little Creek 
wnphibious Base 
July 16. Aurit, out of 
Tenr^>le University, 
mastered Ellis in 
ttiis match. 





Parker (left) parries a punch by Washington D.C.'s Johnie Block. 



Jbhnie Block (ief^ 
gets set to throw ttle 
old one-two at 125« 
pound dppoftent Dan- 
ny Parker in boxing 
action ^ly 16 at Lit- 
tle Cre^ Amphi- 
bious Base. 



Text and photos by Steve Biondo 



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Senior Babe 
Ruth team 
aims for 
nationals 



Charlie lloore and Rem Del Duca think they're 
fielding one of the strongest senior Batie Ruth base- 
ball sqvad the Tidewater area has everseeo. 

Consider names such as Kempsville's Bobby Har- 
rison, Scott O'Hara, Jerry Crain and Billy Womble; 
Bayside's Marty Moore and Mike Rhodes; and Lake 
Taylor's B»r«wi ^iwrfi and Timrov Minium, 

All those premier Tidewater ballplayers -- many 
already on their «ny to major college programs 
oeit bll -- are on Moore's and Del Duca's all- 
star s<piad this summer, tte veritaMe cream of the 
senior Babe Ruth League crop. And both and Del 
Duca -- Moore is manager Del Dnca the coach — 
are figuring o* taUng the team all the way to the 
nattonal tovmameat Aug. IS. in Seattle, Wash. 

Never mind they still have the state and regiontl 
competition to wi^ through yet. 

"We feel we have some <rf the Yiesi baseball talent 
itds area has ever seen," says Coach Del Doca. 
"We have six starters from Kempsville, six starters 
from Bayside, and a couple of Uie bwt players ia 
tiM area frc«i Lake Taylor and Norfolk Academy. 
We figure oo wimdng the state, the regionals ud 
goii«toScatUe.' 



Hiking can be fun, they say 




The Sun, July 23. 1975 -- A-7 

Swimmers win 



The 1975 Senior Babe Ruth All -Stars 
from Tidewater are (left to riglit, first 
row), Mike R>K>des of Bayside; Byron 
Sharp, Ltk9 Taylor; Donald Jon#s, Bay- 
8i(to; Cedric Holland, Bayside; Charlie 
Ntisbaum, htorfolk. Academy; S(xM 
O'Hara, Kempsville; Jerry Crain, 
Kempsville; and Steve Van Arsdale, Lake 
Taylor. Second row (from left to right) 

Going down tte all-sUr's mt«r is like chwdiing 
otf a idio's wto ef Tidewater setelastic baseball. 
Besfales O'Hara aatf Harrison — who combined to 
litteh the Chlets to a perfect 19-0 s^snand the state 
bascbaU Utie last seaMB - the pitchtagrtafiiaclodes 
Moore asd Rhodes who CMSbined &r an 11-5 record 
lor Coteh Terry liwftaB's teysUe twun. The Mar- 
lins finished naatr-o^ U the Eastern IMMrict. 

Saturday, MoOTt tad D«l Daea aad th^ team will 
be ta Uw siatc toorwy in ChartottesvlUe. Tte aetioe 
begins al 2 p.<D. wtth seva tarns in the eompeti- 
tlm. W&tn and Del Doca see no chance that their 



are manager Charlie Moore; Ron Dei 
Duca Jr. of Norfolk Academy; Kevin 
Smttt>, Kenttsville; Marty Moore, Bay- 
9i4e; Billy Womble, Kempaville; Bobby 
Harrison, K•lr^>svilie; B^ Littt», Bay- 
side; mnd Bob liteedham of Madison 
College; and coach Ron Del thtca Sr. 
Al»ent from ^ picture are Kevin Wal- 
ck, Mike Smi^ and Tim Minium, 



s<|aMI of all-stars wiU lose oit. Tkqr eqiect to ndw 
the ragleMd toomamMt — where as many as sine 
teamit may be vyine for a ber^h in the utioaals -- 
set for A«g.J aid 2 to HMtevUle, Ala. 

As for dw sqnad itself, they sat for their team pier 
tore r e^cudent ia m blue jerseys aad caps M. 
withoot puts. Not that the team 1* wWmmI trousers. 
Coach Dei Doca ass«^ us. The paats were ina- 
drertaatly left beiiiad. Still, the eoadi nmU not re- 
sirt adding, "TeU 0mm we're taking iq> a eoUeetioa 
for paats...." 



With two more weeks of 
ctNnpetitioD left, the Vir- 
ginia B^cb Swim League 
is being domiMted this 
SMSon i^ the tank squad 
fit>m PembnAe Meadows, 
which is curreAly in first 
place in tte leagM stand- 
ings wtth a S-0 dial meet 
record. Tte Pnnbroke 
Meadows team hanM Al- 
aaton — its nearest com- 
petitor — a (tecisive loss 
Saturday to remain unbeat- 
m. 

CaroUnne Farms ranks 
wtth Alaidoa in seo»dwith 
a 2-1 dttrt thus far, whUe 
AUagdon Village and 
Oceana are tied for tte 
third place spot with a 



1-2 recRa. Green Run 
brills up tte rear with an 
0-3 chart. 

Saturday, GreenRiutra- 
vels to Alairtoa for tteir 
regularly scheduled swim 
meet while Alriagdoa Vil- 
lage will be hosted by C<ir- 
olaue Farms. TtePem- 
iHDke Modows s>iii >d will 
to swimming dgainst 
Oceana. All meets b^in at 
1:30 a.m. 

Tte league's awimmiBg 
tournament is scheduled 
for Aug. 9 at theCarolanne 
Farms Swim Club with all 
teams competing. Again, 
starting time will te t:30 
a.m. 



Womble signs 



Aaotter one of Coadi 
Ray Barknr's ^waler 
KempsvUle baseball ^y- 
ers hu signed a graai-tn- 
aid with a raglottal college. 
Shortstop Bllfy Woiri>le, 
S-1, IM posad pertormer 
tor flic Chiefi taJt atuon 
OB flieir state Aaaqiiia- 
ah^ basaball team, signed 
last rack with Elon Col- 
lege. 

wofflUe jdayed nvcrla- 
Uve defeuive basciiaU aad 
b^tad near .S00eaaKoiq>- 
svUle team flutt posted a 
perfect ll-O record « 
roots to Om 197S Virgiaia 
Groap AAA Mate basrtaU 
tiUe last seasoa. 

Tte receat Km^sville 
gradaate Jotais teaanates 
Scott 0' Hara aad BoUqr 
HarrisoB - both ptteten 
— wto are OB thdr way to 
Old DoodalOB Uatverstty 



and North CaroUaa SUte, 
mpe^Mvely, the only Chief 
pUyers ttet had signed with 
collet inxigrams. 

Wdmbleis Uie son of 
Mary Womble of S20Ros- 
aUe Court ia Virginia 




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Trail club wearing out shoes and resources 



If you are OBe of those people wto gets tte oc- 
<% cassional urge to spurn your trusty, pidlattag iato- 
mobile and poll on your biking boots and hit tte 
woods, then yov're in lock. Lone htters who wish 
to team up with an experienced groi^ of dedicated 
oirtdoor p»aoBS now tera sach a group: tte Tide- 
water Appalachian Trail Club. 

n* ^* la tte lirriBBhtlitei • M-yav-«M i 
Navy UeuUttrt ttmed Kelps Hobart. Htftart. whtf 
Iwawrly wcntad ak tte Ifaval ^qiply Certer in Nor- 
fMi ia his service eapactty, has Uved ia Vlrgiala 
BcaA for four years, itobart is a aatlTO of 8a^ 







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Ready to fight 

Norfolk AAU boxer Reggie Paricer braces 
for ttie coming onslau^ during ring 
action at Little Creek Amphibious Base 
July 16. Parker beat Dave World in 
their 119-poiNid bout for a junior oly- 
nr^ic berth. 



GROUNDWATER 

REGISTRATION 

STATEMENTS DUE 

Users of grwmt^ater in the Southeastern 
Virginia, Critical Groundwater Area, 
comprised of ttie countries of Prince 
George, Sussex, &irry, Southampton, 
and Isle of Wi^t and the cities of Suffolk, 
Chesapeake. Virginia Beach, Porte- 
mouth. Franklin, Hopeiwell and Norfolk 
are remiiKleti that Registration Stated 
nwrts are to be si4>mitted pursuant 
to tt»e Groundwater Act of 1973, on or 
prior to August 26, 1975, to tt»e Virginia 
State Water Control Board. P. 0. Box 
11141, RinJH"onrt, Virn.n»i» 7%71V\ For 
or call SWCB regional offices at Vir- 
ginia Beach (4M-8742) or Richfvwnd 
1770-5401). 




Bartmn, Calif. HlUm has ben Us thli« since child- 
lood. 

"If I'm attadwd to sometUag. I do my test to 
BMte it as tooi as possilde for everyone involved," 
Robert ei|ddns, stressing ttet his club is cooceraed 
matady wttt hiUag. "Biking is our main thing. Na- 
tarally, if oar nentership waslargerwecoBkilvaacli. 

; iirto crtter tUags. Our prin 

Ifailiatt's Titewvter Apg^t 
pwieaeiag oparalleM rrowtli as far as membn-- 
rtip is eo B c er asd, tte BambM' of meraben ia tte 
eldi's slK-ctty range "halaaciog Jnst aBder^att200," 
according to Bobart. That's a goodly nonter if you 
odasider ttet tte eUi's average Uke attendnce 
is Uratted to 10 Ukera ob a given trip. 

■irc try to Uaitt It to tea," s^s Hobart, addiag 
ttat tte mab&r makes for a reliMvely evw com- 
proBils* be twe e B tte Mfety-in-aomtet^ raatine and a 
gmv nnll aaoagk to handle easily la tte wide 
opea qiaces. "R's nice to teve a policy youcaa 
live wUi,''r eoBBcats Robact. wto says his cltd) 
has ad^ed to aoBt tte barging memterAip. 
"My mMkm was pat to off«>r more hikes." 

Gmif^tBy, ttoogft, tte average aew memter is mA 
beset Witt a host of eipeBsive items to buy to out- 
ftt UaiiH- herself. 'Everybody ortflts ttemselves," 



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says tte dab presMtaat. -amauy, tte cost may te 
Ugh, yes, but all yoa raally need is a stardy pair 
ofbooU.' 

As far as otter prerequisites to becoming a mem- 
ter of tte dob, Hobart says, "We lite peo^e to te 
physically fit. We lite to teve some ttet are know- 
todgeidde ataont UUag." E* adds, "Each person does 
rc<pi!re to teve a qnaaor wto is already a mMiber." 

Tte dab's maia araa of eoBCBatratloB is in tte 
western half of ViifiBte, aad as a aieaiter of tte 
AppalacUaa Trail €oaflrre8c», is reqioBSiide for 
maiateining aboat 10 bsIIm (a tte famous Aipak- 
chain Trail thirt wiaito soBtt through 14 states te- 
glBBing ia New Htmprirtrt aad traveling over 1,000 
Bdlas aoBtt ttoaagh Geoiite. nrgtata haa 4M oHIet 
of tte b«ll wttUa Os bmiars. Tte dab Is also r«- 
QMBslble for ka^ptag ap two ittMcrs — tor weary 
Ukcrs — la Am IO-bUm tfcay nd* over. Tte sec- 
tiOB is located bi wh^ is described as "a remote 
and relativaly ragged araa of tte George Wuhiag- 
toB Natioaal Forest batwaaa tte Tya River aad Reed's, 
gap" in westen Vlrgiaia. 

If Ow deser^tiflB of tte dri>'s Ukli« draula - 
there te some UUag ia tUs araa. Hobart says, 
bat it's liadtad ta scop* - aukos your feet itdi 



Lacrosse fouffiey sef 



Blue Jays up record to 3-1 



Tte nlBs came weekead before last, wi{^ oat tte 
sehedated lacrosse adlaa but tte Virginia Beach San- 
raer Lacrosse Leagae whqiped tack intoshapeSimitay 
with a fall sdiedttle of games. 

Tte Bloe Jays eoi^aM tteir domiaattoaof tte lea- 
gue with a 9-7 wto over tte laji^ place Wol^iack. Ritfas 
Paries hit on three pials for tte vidorsaad teammate 
Jess Bacon woa aaotter pair as well as one asstet oa 
tte aftemotm. Hie Wol^iack was led t^ Mark Jol»s(»'8 
five goals, tour of ttem in tte final (|uarter of play when 
tte BlaeJayshddaS-31ead. Johason'sflnal four goaU 
remaiaed oaaswerad ^ tte Blue Jays. 

In tte Trps- Arrows contest a see saw tettle raged 
for tte final win, but victory telooged to tte Ter{«, 1-6 
on three goals and (»e assist by by attadcman Billy Al- 
Btwd. SeottBosaaddBdaaiAtertbrweforttetot Terps, 
wto tv e a e d their r«e<»id at 2-2. Brian Reiodieu, a 
rising j^or at Cos Ugh School starred tw they Ar- 



rows wto gained ttdr aiz goals by six difierent play- 
ers. Reiadieu scored obb goal aad oae assist. 

Maumi remains tte top scorer tette leagae witt 14 
goals aad five assiite. 

Tte gBBMS raload out tte vaekead bdiHv lut will 
te ^yed today ud 1lHtt«day at ttr lacroasefldte iA 
Lyaateve JaBtor Ogh s^od. Today, tteTerpstakeoa 
tte Blue Jays bagiaaiBg at S p.m. Tharwtay at ( p.B 
tte WoUliackiand tte Arrows will meet. 

Sunday, te tte ftaal wedc (d regalu- scbsob ^y, 
tte Terpa idU mad tto Wdi^de ta tte fli^ game at 
S:4S p.m., aad ta tteS:4Sp.m.^aM,tteBlae Jays wUl 
|day tte Arrows. 

Tte VirgtateBaadiSBauBM' Lacrosse Leagwetoum- 
aneat wHI te played Aug. S aadSoa tte playiiw fields 
at Lyadmvaa. Hal-fiaals vUl te ^yed oattetetar- 
day date, aad tte ttaita 01 Saaday. 




WE'BE 
NAME 



DROPPERS 



We've drepped -wMMde' frwa 
our aame after a qnrter d a CMtery 
d basiMss as NatedeMl Whdesale 
Furdiare Co. We'nkte tte retell fnm- 
Itee birtaess wfti ^ «s<»Mte oo 
^e hraad itedtea, b«Mag ad ear- 
Pd. 

nafiimal 

imMttne to. 

cpi|# tmwttWL wm, k ammmk m. 

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wttt an urge to gd od aad exfiare. Urn tte Tide- 
wder AppalacUaa Trail Club nay te for yoa. 

Tte cUb mecte oa tte tUrd Wednesday d every 
BOBtt ta room B-lOO d tte Tidewater Community 
Cdlage on Prtacess Ante Road. Iderested persons 
are dways wetaMBe to stop ta and dwck OB tte club's 
latad adivtties, wUch nay iactate a bit d <»ied- :M 
OBdag od Bwuditaearing ta tte near tatare. Dues 
for a year's meBUwnhip cod |S for aa individud, 
17.50 aaaaally fnr aa eaUre fdally. 

At those ^ieaa, tte beaaflte d tte hobby are hard 
to bod. As tte diib's broAarc says, it members 
are "all draws togetter by a conmoa love d hikii^ 
sad aa aiipraciatioa d tte earth's natnnd beaaty." 



PersoBS tater*stad ta Joiaiag may coded ttei 
bers^ daimaa, Jerry aad Sylvta Codteigh, d M5- 
5417. 



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A-i " He Su, July W, 1975 

Beach trio slain 



A key witness in a Hampton murder trial and his 
two companions were found July 15, Ixmnd fagged 
and sUt>l>ed to death in a Jaclcsonville Beach, Fla., 
mote) room. 

Ronald S McCarthy, 32, who testified against Har- 
vey Fisher July 3 at Fisher's preliminary hearing 
OB marder charges, was found dead along with his 
wife, Wanda Hassell McCarthy, 25, and a compan- 
ion, William Heath, 21. All these resided in Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

McCarthy, a former friend of Fisher's also was 
ciMrged in the 1973 rolAery slaying of a Hampton 
restaurateur, but was released from jail last Sept- 
MRber. 

Police said the trio were slaim July 13. 

Small quanities of cocaine and marijuana or hash- 
ifdi were found in the room. Jacksonville police are 
invest^ting possible drug relations in the dwith. 



Letters may be fraud 



SHOP IN 
VIRGINIA BEACH 

Public meeting 



A mectii^ will be beM 
in Virginia Beach to dis- 
cuss the new federal hea- 
lth planning ami resource 
devek^nnent law. 

11»e purpose oftbe meet- 
ings is to inform arra re- 
sktaits on the inteirt erf the 
new law, «Aicb expands and 
cinsolidates the existog 
comprehoisire h^Mipl- 
aaning agencies, Hill-Bur- 
toi medical facilities coo- 
stniction program ai^ re- 
gional medical prognms. 

Under the new federal 
law, each state will be di- 
vided into health service 



arms Mr pianniiv and he- 
alth re^rarce devtic^nert 
activities. New taattb sys- 
tem agencies wtth bostils 
of directors rq>res«ati^ 
a wide vari^ of comraw- 
ity, govemeotal aad pri- 
rate haaWi tare i^viter 
interest net beestablisb- 
ed. 

lra^«M*Wk» ~(tf the 
Dew Imr M^ia is Jme in 
Virginia. 

The mertlag will be 
Twsday at 7:30 p.m. atthe 
Civic Ceirter, IM Street 
and Pacific Avemie. 



Pull One On Us! . . 




Tlw Tidewater Better 
Ibotaess Bureau (BBB) is 
receiving complaints from 
Virginia Beach resMeots 
regarding tke "unclaimed 
bank accout sckeme." 

Out-of-state companies 
are sending letters to area 
residnts claiming they can 
locate owwrs or heirs of 
iraclained bank accout. 
They request an advance 
fee ot 117. The letter iHt*- 
mises to send a research 
reiwrt which will assist 



the customer in determin- 
ing if they are related to 
the dqnsitor of the un- 
claimed acconot. 

Charles A. Martak, BBB 
general manger, said the 
chances of tbose solicited 
b^fig the true heirs are 
extremely remote and 
there is no guarantor *'•'•♦ 
the customer will l>e the 
missing heir. 

BBB urges people who 
receive such letters to con- 
tact them. 



Money for vets 



Service disabled mili- 
tary retirees living in Vir- 
ginia Beach who are entitl- 
ed to $150 annual dotUng 
allowances should apitiy 
well in advance of Aug. 
I in order to receive them 
in Sept. 1 checks, the Vet- 
erans Administration (VA) 
advises. 



Service disaUed vets are 
eligible for these allowan- 
ces if their prtMslhetic or 
OrthopeAe device tend to 
Vetr out or daoi^ CJdUI- 



ii%. 

Those military retirees 
who do nM draw VA com- 
jwasation for their disa- 
bilities must Apply each 
year because the agency 
does n(H maintain current 
records on retirees who 
elect military retirement 
pay in lieu of VA compen- 
sation. 

However, other eligible 
vets, including military re- 
tirees on VA compensation 
rolls, automatically re- 
ceive allowtnces each year 
after the initial appUcatira. 




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Festival 



At last «veekend's rain-delayed se- 
cond annuai Folk Arts Festival more 
than 50 craftsmen from South Carolina, 
North Carolina and Virginia presented 
tfrair wMres. 

On sale at the festival in Princess 
Anne Park were crafts like weaving, 
spinning leatherwork. natural dyes, 
stoneware and pottery. 

Folk groups performed uniter ttie 
vraekend's sunny ^ies and food was 
served at a country store. 

The festival was sponsored by the 
Virginia Beach Department of Parks 
and Recreatiw. 

Romie LeBlanc (tq> right) sings some 
folk swigs. He and his wife Gail had 
a batik eidiibit. 

At his exhibit, To^ Elin of Virginia 
Beadi (top left) carved small wraioden 
medallions. 

Virginia Beach's Lermy Nero, Ray 
Birdsong and his wife Roni admire the 
inlay work of Joe Nicolay (center right). 

Jewi Passmore (center left) blows 
up a ballo<m at the eidiibit which brought 
attention to a montessori sdraol in Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Alix MacGill digs into a hot dog while 
Joaiwte Bouterse throws a pot (bottom 
left). 

Kim Burkey of Chesaqeake (bot- 
tom ceiHer) sold planters made from 
tree stun^>s. 

The day's events over, a family walks 
to their car (bottom ri^t.) 




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SATURDAY 



PIUJCOAIfCElK 

Tte Vlr^Ua BMch Folk Doctrs vttl bi ) 

Oft tke terruM of m AMO^UoBlorJtaMHtkttd 
Eal^noiegt at CTth St. aad AdMUe A*c. M I p.B. 
CaU 421-6900 for intornutiOB. 



LOTUS FESTIVAL 

Tke 21st aBBaal Lotu FMttnl. 
Cape Be«ry Womai's CMb, 
Cr«^ OD SanftrklKe Hd. 



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lEnCAUIATiOR 

'RebKan^ioB,'' from tte Edpr Cajree 
»iU be a lednre givea ly IU>li«t Sattk at OK A Jt.l ' 
69t)i a. aad Atfautte Aw. Ae leetovteflatil 3 p.tt. 
and adnisstan is tnt. 



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DOG ISIKMSTRATK»I 

Tte Viifiiia Beaek Mice DeiiartniMt vlU tef« a 
K-9 lectare and dHMMKtntiOB at 7:30 p.m. la tte 
parting M tf tte TteDa Lyn Baptist OMrdi at 
4392 VirKUa Beack Blvd. 

FKEELECnntE 

'ItoWBs.Looidiiff at Tooneir wUl tei flwlM;- 
tsre 0VW bj Elsie Sedirtst, ape^I dnaa aaahrst 
at A.R.E. Tte lectore iMfiu at 3 p.B. atSTtfeSt 
SMi ASaitie Ave. 

BMLISTB) WIVES' CLUB 

Tte HiBiU CVAH-61 Qdisted Wives' CMb vlU 
teve a tasioess meetiac at tte Sh4> 'X Store Wives' 
Chib ii tte Iforioak Haval Base. Tte neHi^c te- 



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LOTOS FESnVAL 

Tte Lota FesUval coitiaMS at TUwmacle Creek 
oaSaadbridceSoed. 

niBINJC 

A free leetart, 'Tte BOrie,* wiU te givea by llae 
St. Claii^ researeb qieciallA for A.H.E. at 67tb 
81. aad AtlaaUc Ave. iUfaaissiae is free aad it beEios 
at 3 p.B. 



(Lnmmi 

"GMrreat Beawureh la ESP", a tedve I7 Mark 
Hvata of Ite edaeattoa dwartaMat at A.R.E., 
•in tetit at 1 p.m. at tnh SL bad Atkatic Ave. 
Ad a itsrtwi Ii IX for adalts aad $1 for rtadeaU. 

OKAOURB 

niter ia'tte la^ daj yoa eaa aiate leservatiaas 
*Nr tta ^- 4 Woam's i^ FeUovddp of VirgiBia 
^mmA ite i>iiB , -Vte- «M»ii»« perpHMa^Sin 
40.1117 or «7-36W. 



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Tte Lota Festival 
oa Saadtnidie Road. 

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te a frMteetarebf a(u1oltaM0«,IAmry re- 
aaarcb astistast d AJt.E., iftt a. aad Attaatlc 
Ave. Tte leetare te^H at 3 MB. 



TEnas 

Tte Vlrptate Boa^ 
'rouraaaoat ba^M at Prtaean 
4400 ViifWt Beack Hvd. 



aad mtt Teaids 
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'Bo» to Work WBk Tob- Draaatt,* a ]acto« bjr 
Dr. BMtart Vvjms, tead of adwrita M AJt.E., 
WiU bosta tt i p.*. at Mb 8t tadiUuticAv*. 
te n tor adrite aad |1 tor 



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FKSELBCTORE 

Itdacaraatlae.'' a free leetaure bjr Waleae Jaaaes 
viU besiB at 3 p.m. at tte A.R.E.. •TttSt.aad At- 
laatieAve. 

A.B.E. LECTURE 

"A ease tor R^aeamatiaa.' a leetan bf Dr. Chas. 
Tboaias Cayee, director of researdi for A.R.E., 
besiBS at 8 p.n. Adaissioa is |2 tor adalts aad |1 
ftn- stBdeats. 



Hm Viifiaia Beadi tosbaad aad Wlto Teaais 
Touwneid eoatttaes at Prfaeess Asm Bi^ SAooi. 
4400rlrKtoia BeaiA Kvd. 



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OPTKBtt OHTALLBD 

Tte Tiifiiria Beaeb Rifle aad Pi^d CUb ia- 
stallsd thaiF aev ofBeers at a reeeat amtiaK. Tte 
aev oflleers are: Talmdge CBilddtav, Jr., pres- 
hleat; W. mastoa Bissetti, viM-prasldcot; HA i. 
May, aeeratanr; Jote A. MePtoe. tTBaaarer; Jaaws 
A. Btltoa, encatlve ofBew, Steve L. MeWllUa&s, 
€»M lastnMtor aad Dr. Thna B. Oapoiaa, pa^ 



WOHKMKHUL 

Lea ^Bk «t Vtaftaia Boa^ was receally aaaed 
to tte Oaars BoaiH- IM. A Orefoa bsttt^ id 
UOmcHm te EtuMtk Falls. Lee U aa elcetnaies 
— I 1__ i^^ — 1_, Bttjor. 



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Itoaed to tte Kaasas IMver^ 
Laara L. Davis, 1(33 Parrish Rd., a 
aalisai najor. 

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A amdier of Vlr^aia Beatil resideaU aude tte 
Deaa's List Inr tte rartaf faartcr at l^niaia Poly- 
teaaic taWite at Htatdcttox. They are Th««ae 
8. Tbat^er, Richard A. Qaeeptiaa, Liaiteay W. 
Marrtall, Harm M. WUUaau, Jr., Hdissa 1. Bead- 
ley, Jeeaw M. Wol«tto, SaUy J. SAIiaaafie, Uara 
L. DcBBto, Cyattia J. Hmdtth, Chnyl A. Beorieks, 
Lmaa Laady aad n^rtela C. GooihMa. 

Also naUai tte list ww miltaa FalrcUkljn, 
Kevta Kaye Beard, CtoAya Stoop Bake, EUsabatt 
Man SoBos, Crystal (ky Ward, Diate Elaiae 
Bo^, Roteit E. Smttbson. Jr. aad Gt^uj L 
LoaeiipB. 

Ottws are FnuMS P. WMiers, James 0. Pemy 
Jimmy 8. Qdllo-, Xeaaett W. P^toa. Patrick E 
CorUa aad Philip B. Meadows. 

BIACB MAN ELECnD 

^ OMriea C. Kirkplrick, p>esideat of lEtoaewood 

MoBorial Park on Itortt WUdUmk Road was elected 

to tte Board <tf Directors of tte Sodhera Cemetery 

Astftiiattow. 



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Clrcatt Cout ot ttt Cttyof 
VinMa B«di, onthelrt 
«trof Jaly, 197S. 
KcflB JuBM RoUmob, 

PUfltur, 



Alphonso M^iana, of The Great London 
Circus, overcame his fear and now han- 
dles tions confidently and professionally. 

Lion tamer has to tame fears 



Alphonso lUgaoa vioted to Imih til tboq^ train- 
log tbe *b^ cats," bat iiad a fear of eaterioK a cage 
alooe witb OM of tte animals. He overcame bis fear 
qaiddy eaongb when be was tbnnm into a cace with 
a leopard and fbrced to act decisively and calmly. 
Macana remmbera tbat eiperieace. He «as work- 
ing witb a iHtifMsioaal animal tamer at tbe time. 
When be eipressed interest in «orkii« witb a leo- 
pard tbe professioaal told bim be most overcome bis 
fear of tbe leopard first. "Wien you begin to relax/ 
be said, -I'll train yoo." 

Magana learned to relax. He learned bow to train 

tbe leopard, as well as lions, t^rs, elepbante and 

borses. He became quite competent at Us work. 

Ifagana disidayad bis comp^race and talent in 

Virginia Beach at the Great London Circtts at Princess- 

Anne PUu on Virginia Beach Boulevard Fritey 

throi«h Sunday. He worked his eigU lions skillfully 

and confidently in tbe circus' (^ening act. Tboi be 

returned later in tbe show witb bis three elq)banto 

for an equally fine performance. 

.. Magt n e bis. bwin-^^W^ limpf^rmig^^**^^ 

'tooiion' Cttfcul 'tor tliree years. Tb 24-y^-old 

native (4 Oxnard, Calif, took over tlw elqjbaat and 

lion act when be r^riaeed a trainer who could not 

overcome a fear ct the Uoos. \ 

Tbe jKMfflg trainer became a iwofessional almost 
by accid«tf . He <piit a job as an exeuctiooer at an 
animal shelter after a few days. Shortly after te 
got a job with an animal compotmd in CaUfomia. 
He was hired to drive a truck, but soon found him- 
self traveling with a local circus, setting up and 
grooming tbe animals. 

His employers noticed bis afttoity for a«<™tff and 
asked Mm to move onto a rancb and begin working 
witb pMiies. After two weeks be was drillii« Oie 
pcmies and doing weU. Soon be was taking time oirt 
to work with other animals, mort of the time with 
"cats." 

liy feeling for ai^mals became greatt^r," liagana 
Said. 

From bis trailer, decorated witb animal skins, 
animal paiiUings and animal ^tues, Magaoa e^lain- 
ed that tbe key to working with licms is keeping tbe 
animals' req>ect Once you lose that respect and sbow 
a fear of Ow lion, you kwe control. 

Magana lost tbe respect of a female lion <nce and 
tt oiused bim trouble. "1 was afraid at one female 
who dttsed me out <tf tbe araa," be remembered. 
"Finally ste cornered me, went at me. I started 
fightiag her and sbe backed off." 



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"After you've defeated them (tbe lions) the chal- 
lenge is over until they get in heat," tfagana ex- 
plained. When a lion is in beat they are much less 
controllable. 

lingua ignores the dangers of his work. "There's 
so many scars you can't sit down and count item 
aU." 

The performer han't bad a day irft in five years. 
He must be availaUe 24 hours per day. Even when 
be must travel to do other work, he worries about 
the animals he 1^ behind. "It gets to tbe point 
where you worry about things going sraotMi," he said. 

There are a lot of benefits in bis- job. He has 
travelled all over the United Siai^, anieared in 
movies and worked in television shows like The Bill 
Cosby Show, Let's Hake a Dnl and The Dean Mar- 
tin Show. 

Mactat's dtimate goal is tbe dream of aU aniaul 
trainers. "I want to statdlixe myself and work in a 
Eoo or something like that," be related. 

What does tbe tall, dark lion taper do for re- 

is an hou r, be says. "I always keep animals in mind." 



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BooBle &e SoUnaon, 
DefeadaM. ^ 

The object al this suit' 
is to obtain a divorce a 
menn at tboro from the 
said defndaat, qion tbe 
groods of desertion. 
And anitflldavithayiiigbcen 
made and filed flat the de- 
fenteat is a noo-resideti 
(d tbe Sate of Virginia, 
her last known post bttice 
address being; Roirte 2, 
ClymCT, Peonsylvania tt is 
ortendthnt Ae do appear 
here irttUa tWlO) days 
after due pridicatioa here- 
of, and do iriiat may be ne- 
cesnry to ^titect her in- 
terest in Ois suit. 
A e^-Teste: lOm V. 
^EirntSSS: CLERK 
Brydges A Hudgins 
1369 Laskin 8d. 
Va. Beach. Va. 

VBS July 9,16,23,30 4t 

OKDESt OF PUBUCATION 

In tbe Clerk's OfOce of tbe 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on tbe 

SOthdayctf June, 1975. 

Michael F. D. Miller, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jean StillweU Miller, 

Defendant. 

The otrfect of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et tboro tram tbe 
said (teiendaat, qun the 
grounds (tf desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that tbe 
defendaid is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, her 
last known post office b^ng: 
2500 EtOnj Driw, Cbar- 
Mte, RorOi Candina it U 
ordered ttat die do i^pear 
here within ten (10) days 
nfler due pitfiUcation tereof , 
and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A ccqiy-Teste: JOHW V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Brydges & Badgins, Attys. 
1369 LaAin Road 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23451 

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Jola George Ricso, 
Address Unbown, 
Defendant 

CHANCERY IK). 

Tbe ob|«et of this suit 
is to tbe eompjainant to 
oMaia fin>m flw dricntent 
a divorce tram tbe bends 
of matrimony on Ow 
groods tbat tbe parties 
nave lived sapante and 
apart, wtthoBtcnb^itation, 
for a period at more than 
two (2) years, and affidavit 
having bera made tbat said 
ditondant is not a resi- 
dent of tbe state of Vir- 
ginia, be is hereby re<inir- 
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City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

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Peter K. Babalas A As- 
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(MDER OF PUByCATK}N 
It tke circuit court of the 
cibr (It Virciiua Bes4^ Jwe 
»>. 197S. 
ftnl T. Sctanrtz 
Comi^inart, 
». 

Mai7 K. Sdnrartt, also 
kBom as Uuj M. Sch- 
varts, 
RespondeBt. 
IB OMOcery No. 16119 
Tke object of tMs suit 
is to effect partition 
amoagst tbe owners, by 
sale (H* ottervise, of the 
kereiaalter described real 
property situated in Vir- 
gteia tewik, Vlrfiaia, ^t 
tMtk Paul T. Sdwarts 
and Hary K. ScbvarU, 
a/k/a Mary M . teinwrU, 
art the owiiers oftheprop- 
erty as teaaats inocMDmoa; 
tte pn^rtybetag describ- 
ed as folknrs: 
All tbat certaia M, luece 
or parcel of land witb 
tlie bulhUi^ and im- 
proTenneots thereon, sit- 
uate in the KemisnUe 
Magisterial Distrid in 
the City of VirKtaiia 
Beach, Virginia, and 
known, aumbo^andde- 
sHtaated as Lot Ito. 9 
00 tte put cotitled "Cor- 
corrected Plat of Sub- 
divi^oa of property of 
C. M. Ro^nan heirs. 
Princess Aaae County, 
VirgiBJa", recorded in 
the Clerk's Office (d the 
Circuit Court of the City 
(rf Virginia Beadita Map 
hook 37, Page 25, re- 
ference to said plat be- 
ing made for a more 
particular descriptkn of 
said property. 
And an Affidavit having 
been made that Mary K. 
Schwarts, a/k/a Mary M. 
Schwartz, is a nonresidait 
of this State; and affidavit 
laving been made that dil- 
igence has been used Iqr and 
on b^ialf of the Com{dain- 
ant to ascertain in what 
co«uiiy or corporation the 
Respondent, Mary K. Sch- 
warts, a/k/a Mary M. Sch- 
wartz, if living, is; that 
her test post (^ce add- 



raM wtt U3S&>tfiare^, 
LaCiyatte, bdlaaa; tt is 
(«ia»E3} tW the uid 
aenmid^, nmtiy, Mary 
K. S<Afwartz, a/l^a lUry 
M. S^wartz, if ste be 
living, do appnr within 
ten (10) days tdterdaepab- 
licrtiQii (tf tUs Order and 
do what is necessary to 
prated her interest. « 
n is Aulter cmOERED 
that the lor^oiDg portion 
of this Order be puUisb- 
ed once a week tor four 
(4) siKcessive weeks in 
the Virginia B«di Sn, a 
iKwspaper pritiished in the 
City of ViTgUda Beach, in 
the State of Virginte. 
A Dw-Teste: JOHH V. 
FEMTREffi: CLERK 
JaB« R. McKenry 
B1«3YLES, MCKENRY ft 
GOKRY 

35th Street and Pacific Ave. 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 
2S4S1 

VBSMy 9. 16, 2^30, « 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of the 

Circatt Court of the City of 

Virgitia Beach, on the 1st 

(tey^JuIy, 1975. 

Hau7 Loston Speace, 

Plaintttf, 

apinst 

Ann Marie Madison Spence, 

Defnadaot. 

Tte object of this suit 
is to cMain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tte said defendent upon tte 
grounds of 1 year separa- 
tion. 

And an affidavit teving been 
maide ud tiled due dili- 
gCBM has been used by 
tte dtfendant is, without 
effect, tte last known post 
<rffice address teing: 224 
Wirt Street, Leednrg, 
Virgtaia it is ordered ttet 
s^ do appear tere within 
ten(U9 da^ after doe pitf>- 
licitioB tere<rf, anddowtet 
m^ te necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit 

A eopf-Tate: JOHH V. 
FENTRESS: CLESK 
Sadu, &eksftTavs.s,Atty. 
P.O. Box 3291 
Norfblk, Virginia 23514 

VBS July 9,16,23,30 « 



NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

Virginia: 

Tte regular meeting of tte Coimcil of tte Citytrf 
Virginia Beach will te teld in the Council Chamters 
of tte Administration Building, City Hall, Princess 
Auw ^tion, Virginia Beach, Virginia, <m Monday, 
Au^st 11, 1975, at 2:00 p.m., at which time tte follow- 
ing apidications will te heard: 

VIRGINU BEACH BOIKWGH " ■ :• ' ' 

CHANGE OF ZONmC DKTRICT CLASSIFICATKW 

1. Petition of J. Walter Brotters and Helen Bratters 
for a CloBge ot Zoning District Classification from 
R-7 Residential District to A-2 Apartment District 
on certain prt^rty beginning at a point 90 feet East 
<rf Baltic Avmue, running a distance of 240 feet along 
tte Norttem property line of wUch 180 feet is tte 
Sontt site of Mh Sreet, nnulag a distance of 200 
feet along the Ea^em property line, running a dis- 
tance of 2M feet along tte North side of Maryland Ave- 
nue and nnning a distance of 200 feet along the Wes- 
tern property line. Said parcel is known as Lots IS, 
17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29, 
Block 16, Plat at 9adowlawn He^bts and contains 
.964 acre. (Shadowtewn Heights Area). VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE K)ROUGH 

2. Petttioo by m(Aion (A the Plannii^ Commission of 
tte City of Virginia Bracb for a Change of Zoning 
Ustrict Classificatioo fftHn AG-1 Agricultural Dis- 
trid to 0-1 Office District to correct drafting errors 
lAidi ted been carried over from previous years that 
became evMeot when an attempt was made to plot 
a recent cooing chaise in the area, beginning at a point 
320 fMt mttfe or less South of Landstown Road on the 
East side of Holland Road running a distance of 60 
feet more or less contaimog 1.12 acres more or less. 
Plats with more detailed information are available in 
tte D^artmeBt of Planning. PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

3. Petition by motion of the Planing Commission of 
the City of Virginia Beach for a Cha^e of Zonii^ Dis- 
trict Classification from 0-1 Office District to AG-1 
Agricultural District to correct drafting errors which 
bad been carried over from previous years that te- 
came evident when an attempt was made to plot a 
recent zoning chaise in the area, beginning at a point 
610 feet more or less South of LaiKlstown Road on the 
East side of Holland Road running a distance of 70 feet 
more or less c(xitaining 1.16 acres more or less. 
Ptets with more detailed information are available in 
tte D^artment of Ptenning. PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

CONNTIONAL USE PERMIT 

4. Ap^cation of Sithiey R. D«my and William E. 
Barco for a Conditional Use Permit to operate an out- 
door recreaticm area-golf driving range and minia- 
ture golf course on certain pn^rty located on the 
East side of Holland Road across from Landstown 
Road, rumii^ a distance of 580 feet more or less 
along tte East side <tf HoUand Road, running a distance 
of 490 feet more or less in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 320 feet more or less in a South- 
easterly direction, running a distance of 370 fe^ more 
or less along ite Soitten pt ti petty Hne, running a dis- 
tance of 5% feet more or less alrag the Eastern prop- 
«rtj line aid niutng a distance of 1075 feet more or 
le» akMf tte Norttero property line. Said parcel 
owtains 8.07 acres more or less. Plats with more 
dialled informatiofl are available in the Departmat 
(rf Plami^;. PRfNCES^ANNE BOROUGH. 
KEMPSVILLE B(»tOUGH 

CONDfTKNAL USE PERMIT 

5. Application of Housing Systems, Inc., (or a Condi- 
tional Use Permit to erect a temporary 4-foot by 4- 
foot signboard on certain pn^rty located at the North- 
west »ner of Princess Aaae Road and South Parlia- 
m«tt Drive. naUag a <ttstance of 235 feet more or 
less alMg tte West side of Parliament Drive, running 
a dlsCuce of 183 feet along the North side of Princess 
Anne Road, running a distance of 209 feet aln^ tte 
Western property line and running a distance of 201 
feet along the Northern prc^rty line. Said parcel 
contains 41,700 square feA more or less. (Carolaane 
Farm Area). KEMPSVILLE «»10UGH. 
AMERWEMT 

6. MotifiB of tte Planaiag C(nraissioa of tte City of 
Virgtala B«ich to amead aad m^tkio Article 4, ^- 
ttoa 401 (c) of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pcrtaiaiiK to use regulaticms for miniatare ^If courses 
in tte AG-1 Afiialtaml mstrict. More detailed tefor- 
matkM is avUteble in tte Department <rf Planning. 
Ricterd J. Wrtboa 

CHy Clerk 



(ffiOER 
VKGDIU: IN THE 
CLHW'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT aWHT OF THE 
CITY OF VntGINU BEACH 
ON THE IITH DAY OF 
JULY, 1975. 

In re: Adc^tto of CfrtUa 
Louise Sei^ 
By: Carolyn Am Elder and 
James Walter Emr 
Petitionei^ 

To: BUly Wayne Sexton 
c/o Calilonia SteteMeotal 
lastitvtioB 

VaaviUe, Ca. 9S6U 
In Chancery #C-75-185 
This day came Carolyn 
Am Elder aad James Wal- 
ter Ekter. PdttlMiers, and 
Tt^rwmktA ttet tte object 
of ttis iHticeeding is to 
effect the adoption of tte 
above named infont, Cyn- 
thia Louise Seztoa,lqr Car- 
olyn Ann Elder and James 
Walter Elder, tai^iaad and 
wife, and affidavit tev^ 
been ffl«te and filed ttat 
MIy Wayne Sextra, a na- 
tural inrent of said child, 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginte, tte last 
known post office address 
teing: c/o CalUbrnte SUte 
Mental InstittfoB, Vac- 
aville, Ca. 95618 tt te 
tterefore Ordered ttet tte 
said BUly Wayne Sexton 
appear teforo tUs Coart 
within toi (10) days after 
pidtlication of thte Order 
aad indicate hte attitade 
toward the pn^osed ad(q>- 
tiOB, or otherwise do wtet 
te necessary to protect hte 
inter^t in this matter. 
A copy teste: Jote V. Fen- 
tress, derii 
Jaffltt A. Gorry 
BroylK, McKeary, Gorry 
Attorneys at Law 
Pacific Ave and 35th St. 
Virginte Beach, Va. 23451 

VBS July 16, 23, 30, Aug. 
6 « 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
VIRGINA: IN THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGDnA BEACH 
MAIH2ARET EUZABETH 
SAUNDERS, 
Complainant 
vs. 

RICHARD NELSON SAUN- 
DERS, 
Defodairt 

In Oiaacery «C-75-678 
Hie diject of thte suit 
te to obtain a divorce from 
bed and board te favor 
of Margaret EUx^bethSan- 
ders, complateant, against 
Ricterd NELSON Saanterc 
defendant, on tte grounds 
of desertion at tte part 
of said defendant. Aa af- 
fidavit te* JhteB made aad 
tiliBdau44tf^ •filigeace has 
been node to determine or 
ascertain u wtet Coiuty 
or Corpora^on tte defen- 
dant resides withmiteffed. 
Tte affidavit furtter states 
that service tes been twice 
attempted cm the defendant 
Imt has bees returoed "Not 
Found" both times. It is 
ORDERED that the defen- 
dant ai^iear tefore thte 
Court within ten days af- 
ter due publication jQ( this 
Order and iH^ted'ai^ te- 
terests terete. It is OR- 
DERED Oiat thte Order te 
published once a week for 
four successive weeks te 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published te tte 
City of Virginte Beadi, 
Virginte. 

AbmII, Butler ft Canada, 
Attys. 

4336 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginte Beach, Va. 

VBS July 16, 23, »), Aug. 
6. 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

te tte Clerk's Office at tte 

Circuit Court of tte City of 

Virginte Beach, on tte lOtt 

day (rf July, 197S. 

Micteel B. Ckappelle, 

Pteintiff, 

against 

Margaret A. Cteppelle, 

Defendant. 

Tte (Aiject of ttis suit te 
to oUate a divorce a moisa 
et thoro to te merged into 
a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from tte defendant 
upon tte grounds of deser- 
tion. 

And an affidairtt teving been 
made and filed ttet tte de- 
fendant te anon-resUotctf 
tte ^te (rf Viiitete, tte 
last known post office ad- 
dress teing: lOSStarRoate 
A, Patterson, Louisiana it 
is ordered ttet stedoap- 
pear here witUa toflO) 
days after due pid>llcatiOB 
tere<rf, and do wtet mayte 
necessary to proted ter 
interest in this suit. 
A «Jpy-Teste: JOHN V, 
FENTRE^, CLERK 
WaUace B. Smitt, Atty. 
*4 9oMy FoM. 
700 Newtown Road 
Norfcdk, Virgil 

VBS July 16, 23, M, Aag- 
ast 6 4k 



VBSJBly23, 30, 2t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Virginte: IN TtM CIRCUIT 

CCNJHT OF TK CITY OF 

vmCIinA BEACH ON THE 

m DAY OF JULY, 1975 

Grady Lamar WiUtems . 

and 

MarUtt Eteine Fowler WU- 

Uaffls 

Petitte to AitopI 

(Artsti^ter Lawrence 

Wi^y 

Tam^ Marte Whaley 



Tke ol^ed U mM mOt 
te IV tte vMOomn to 
oMalB ite adeptkw of 
ChiMagfter t4)«r«ae* 
mak^ wd Tam^ Mart* 
Wtaley, 

Aa Ufidavtt has tea 
mate ud flkd ttii Latry 
SuOfoH 'Mdiv to Mt a 
r^dMt of this aai^ nd 
Us UA kBOm idtf«M b 
4110 North ttt Sm*. 
Oorlestw, aotitt C^ro- 
Uaa. tt te fsdend ttat 
te •nicar beiareflrisCavt 
wWdi im dm ata- «m 
poUkatioB d m» i»ter 
aad proted hte teterarts 
herete. 

TESTE: JCm V. FEN - 
TR^S, CLERIC 

B te (XiDStED ttat tte 
iorepitng porttoa ot tte 
(MtT te pridiatad «aea 
a i««k far lowr aaeeea- 
tfve veifts te tte ntfia- 
te BbmA Sa^ a acD^i^er 
pii>Hitod aad tertag gea- 
«nl draikUea ta tte Ctty 
ofHorH^Vtiittia. 
A. E. Catevas. Atty. 
604 Plan OaeMdf. 
Norfdlk, Viiigiite nSlO 

VBS Ja^ 16, 23, 10. Aag. 
6 4t 



C«DER OF PUBUCATKMI 
la tte Clark's (XBteOC tte 
Cirorft Coart of tte Ctty 
of Virftate Beach, oa tte 
9ttteya(Jaly. isn. 
Rdiert Clareace mrtt, 
PlaMUf, 

MlUred Rote Fy* mrth, 
D^eadaat. 

Tte objed (rt ttte salt 
te to oUate a divorce a 
vtacalo matrimoaU tnm 
tte ttid defendaot, ifaatte 
gronaito of liviag acparate 
aad ivart for more tkaa 
aBe(l)year. 

Aad aa affidavit teviag beea 
mate aad fUed ttet tte de- 
teadaid te a aoo-rwtdMt 
of tke State of VirglBte, 
tte last known post (Mce 
address teter P.O. Box IS, 
HoUywood, Harytead. 
20636 tt te entered ttat 
Ou te appear tere witkte 
ten (101 teys after due 
piddieanon tereof, and te 
what Buy te aecesaary to 
proted ter interest te thte 
suit. 

A coi^-teste: JCOBI V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Garland M. Uytoa, Atty. 
P. 0. Bat 5211, 
Baysite StatioB 
Virgiate Beach Va. 23455 

VBiS July 16, 23, 30, Aag. 
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iORi^t 

VlRdWIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CreCUIT COURT OF THE 

cmr OF vmcniiA beach 

ON THE IITH DAT OF 

JULY, 1975 

ta re: Adoptioa of Atfoaio 

Gnisqpid Rotolooe 

By: Carolyn Ann Ekio- ft 

James Walter Elter 

Petitloaers 

To: Joseph Eicene So- 

toloae 

c/o Graad Uitea GroMry 

sore 

Hillcrest Hei^U, Mary- 



la Cteaecry C -15- ItS ' 
Thte tey came Candya 
Abb Elder aad Jaaes Wal- 
ter EldM', PctitiaMrs, and 
represented ttrt tte ob|ed 
<a thte proeaettv te to 
eSed tte adopttoa of tte 
above aamad tefnt,Afllaa- 
io Gateqppt Sotoloae, by 
Candya Abb Elter and 
James Walter Elter, 
ha^MUKl aad ^fe, aad af- 
titevtt tevtag been aiate 
aad filed ttat Joaq* Ea- 
geae Rotolone, a a^val 
parent of aaU eUld, te a 
Boa-resideat ot tte State 
of Virgiate, tte teat known 
post (rffice address beiag: 
c/o Grand Uatea Groe«7 
Store, Hillcrat Bei^U, 
Maryland, It te ttere- 
fore Ordered that tte said 
Joseph iig«Be Ito- 
tolooe appear before ttte 
Coart wSte tcB (10) teys 
after piMietiioB a ttte 
Order aad indicate hte at- 
tttate toward tte pt^os- 
ed adqitloa, or otterwis* 
te wtet te necessary to 
|»oted Us interest te ttte 
matto'. 

A can teste: Jote V. Fea- 
tress, Clerk 
iamea A. Gorry 
Broyles, McKenry, Gorry 
Attonieysat Law 
Pacific Ave. aad 35tt St. 
Virgtete Beach. Va. 23«1 

VBS Jriy 16, 21, 10, Aag. 

6,4t 



myncE 

Pttrsuaat to a . certete 
decree otered on tte ITtt 
tey of Janaary, 1975, in 
tte Circuit Court of tte 
City a Virgiate Beacfc, 
Viiftete te tte mattw 9t 
Mm Matylte, Jr.; T/A Ex- 
pert Ifovtag ud mtrUm 
Company v. Charln W. 
Hymaa aad tees BymaB 
Dockd Naniter lOMl, tte 
mdersigned wUl offer for 
sale OB Fiitey, Aagart t, 
1975 at 12:00 Ikwndprih- 
Uc aadloa, to tte ^«st 
Udter, te mnl Ttte 
Couttottt, rirtlBa 
Badh, Virginte tte pro- 
perty. 
All of ttose (»rtete Ms, 
pie^ orparcete(^tead, 
sttate, lylag and tetag 



te m <Mf jg ytipm 
waadi. virglwa. kaowa. 
Biai ter e il aml de sliiiit w l 
IB b« t, ndteN<»-- 
tt«B 10' tf M i, te 
Wietk S, as demi m- 
m teatatef adoA 

mastmrcm yju», 

d^rtr«te«ryU.llii. 
«ld#sfreoiwdteflte 
qetft's OfficeoftteCte- 
ism CoM of ttt Ctty 
er in«^te Beat^ ftt- 
0pla. te 11^ Bosk 7 

tosaUilMI 
hya«iata-ti 
ttariar daseripttea and 
le^astftteaformM 

laid pcepMtr b^« 



totte 



teitaf asai MartaMSL 
Wii^ Beadi. Vii^ya. 
TanM of said siOa Mttil 
te uaeaead i« tt« ttme 
of tte adc. leqataiid had 



aydpnp«rtrkrt«a*- 
Jeet to c«Wa ll«n and 
BMrtiafM, a datelled IM- 
te( SmA alldl teavail- 
Metftteaak. 

TUs sale te sidled to 
tte eimitmMm nt tte 
Coot. l^nM: mttp^t; 
e»A, ecftffiad aadc. or 
aM«r's ^edt tf time 
a ate to te lipited to 
tte pan^sM prtee witt 
tte bateaee to te paid at 
aettlenmd. 

Rexfbrd S. Gfeerrynaa 
^eetel Coauatestoner 

TUs te to MTtif^ Out 
tte eoart-ardered sarety 
UM kmto hu baaa daly 
rivea aad ported to eon- 
fonni^ vtth Coit of Vir- 
giate. IISO, t-nt. 
Jota V. FeatTMS, Cteit 

VBS Jaly 16. 23, 10, Ai«. 

ORDER 
VIRGINU: m THE 
CLERK'S OFHCE OF THE 
ORCUIT COOKT OF THE 
cmr OFTDKSDOABEACH 
m THE DAT OF JULY, 

1175. 

b re: iUlapttoaaf CTMTHIA 

ANHW^raER 

By: MICHAEL STEPHEN 

GOGAN 

Petttfoners 

To: DbBsld Bay Bens 

c/o Mrs. Helen AnateUe 

Five Walnt ttred 

Aofawn, New Torfc. 

te Oaacery «C75-959 
TUs tey came Micteel 
Steptea Gogaa aad Ltete 
Mails MOriier Gofa a. Pe- 
tltloasrs, sad rqiraeated 
ttat tteohJedoftUspro- 
ceedteg te to efltd tte 
tdniitti* of tte dwve Barn- 
ey IB|^. JCynttte Ami 
Moater, 19 Mli^ati Ste- 
ptaa Gogaa aadUateMar- 
te Ifoater GogaB, h^wad 
aad wife, and aOhtevittev- 
ii« beea mate aad filed ttat 
Donald Ray Bwas, a aatar- 
al paraat of said (MU, te 
a aoa-reUdeaft of Ite State 
of Virgtete. tte test kaova 
port oflle* address bdag: 
c/o Mrs. Bairn AaateUe, 
Fin Waim Street, An - 
tana. New T(»t. ttte tli^e- 
tore Ctaftered ttat tte nU 
Donald fty Bams appear 
taftw* tkte Coart wttUa 
tea (UQ ten after pab- 
UcatlM of tUs Order aad 
tedleid* Us/ter attltate 
toward tte pr eop ose da dop- 
tloa, w ottenrisetewfcat 
te aaoessary to puled Us 
tatereit te ttte matter. 
A em ^t«: Jdm V. Fen- 
tTMS, Clerk 
Jamas E. Brydges 
241S Pa<^c Avcaae 
Virgtete Beat^ Vlrgteia 

VBSJalylC,23.10.Aag.6. 

4t 



OKOm OF PUBUCATKW 

b tte CleriE's Office ct 

tte Cirealt Qtart of tte 

Ctty of Viiiiate Beach, oe 

te 9tt tey of July, 1975. 

Bev«-ly Jaae Poplin Toey 

PteteUQ, 

againrt 

Duryl Lee Toey, 

Tte ol^ed of tUs satt 
te to obtate n ateolate 
Uvoree friMa tte aald te- 
faadnt, voa tte groute 
^dasertkm. 

Aad aa affitevtt tevi^ been 
mate aad filed ttat dae di- 
ligeaec has beea imed bf 
or te tetelf ot tte Com- 
plateaat to aMertate te 
w^dl eoaty or eor- 
p(nmtk» tte defendant te, 
wUKwt ^ed, tte ]mA 
haoM port (^tce addras 
beteg: N40 Rcwtova Arek, 
A^. 101, Virgiate Bea(±, 
Virgtete tt te mtered ttet 
te te wpcar here wtthte 
ten (10) teys aMtr dae 
p n M l emo a teretrf, and te 
what ^y te neeesnry to 
prated hte Irterertte thte 
satt. 

A ec^ -TMtet iOm V. 
PEMTiRSSS, CL^K 
lldawater L«al Aid Sm- 

wr 

TOO D** Street 
Nortgik, Vtefteda 23510 

VBS Jriy U. a, 30 Ai«. 
I dt 



Tte «^d tf ttte satt 
te to «Mte a divor^ a 
vtee^ ntfrteoati £n^ 
tte aUtt tefUMBBt, v« 
tte groMte ol separrtloR 
few fl^r* ttn oae (1) jwar 
(Bobatt) 

And an affltevtt teviag 
teea aute aad filed ttat 
tte dtbadiat te aaen-re- 
Mmt of tta^itfVlr- 
rtria, tte UA fearnn pert 
office adA-»s b^ag: 1& 
Verasa Mve. talaoa • 
vlUe. SKtt QmOtt tt to 
ordwad ttrt Aetentear 
her* w^ tea (IfpiiQn 
aftv dae paWcaoan h»%- 
of, ud te whrt mayteaic- 
Msary to pnlcd her b- 
twert te tkte aiA. 
A em • ThI*: iOm V. 
FOnreESS: OLEBK 
Garlaad H. Uytoa 
1510 ntmam Booe Itoad 
nrgWa Baadi. VirgbJa 

ns My n, 30. Aag. «, 
18, « 



(«DES OF TOBUCATiON 
b tte Qnt's (MBee of tte 
Clrei« Coui oftte Cttyol 
VtrgUaBeMLoBttelTtt 
teyofJaiyTlllS. 
Roaeiaary Wattoe Mdfeal, 
Plabtlft, 



(krrett Edwte McNcal, 



Ike objed of this suit 
te to oMate a divorce from 
tte boate of matrimo^ 
frmn tte said defendant 
spoa tte groaate of cruelty 
aad desertion. 
Aad analBtevtttavtegbeeB 
mate aad filed thrttte 
tefeadaat te aaaa-residnt 
of tte State of Virgtete, tte 
lart known port fMce ad- 
dress beteg: R-INv., U.S.S. 
R. L.Page(DEG-5),F.P.O. 
New York, New Yorfc09501 . 
ttte ordered thai tete ap- 
pear kere wttUn ten (10) 
teys aft«> dae piWcatlon 
hweof, and te whrt mayte 
necessary to proted hte 
IrterMt te thte sutt. 
A eqpy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, Qerfc 
Edward T. Caton, HI 
2501 Pacific Avenne 
Virginte Beach, Virginte 

VBA Jaly 23, 30 Angurt 
6, 13« 



OtDER OF PUBUCATKHf 
b tte Cleit's Office of tte 
Clrcatt Court of tte City 
ia Virgtete Beach, oa tte 
llttteyof Jaly, 1975. 
Baatter Iteresa Christ(^ 
PteteUff, 



Mlwrt Bdward Chrtetofi, 
Oefeateat. 

Tte oi^ed of thte sutt te 
to obtate a divorce a mass 
rt tfcoro from tte sate te- 
ffendant qm tte grounte 
ol desertion. 

And an aflhtevtt tertng 
beea mate aad filed tkat 
tte defentert te a noo-re- 
sideat ol tte State of Vir- 
giate, tte lart kaowB port 
office addms brtag: VP- 
24, Naval Air Station, Jack- 
sonTille, Florlte 32201ttto 
ortered ttrt te te qipear 
here wittte tea (10) teys 
aftelr dae paUlcrtioa tere- 
of , aad te iritet may te ae- 
eessary to proted hte te- 
terert te tkte sutt. 
A eopir - terte: JOHN V. 
FErm^S, CLERK 
Ittodes ft Watsoo 
2859 VirglUa Beach Blvd. 
Virgiate Beach, VirgiUa 

VBS Jaly 21. 10, Aag. 6, 
13, 4t 



ORDBl OF PUBUCATION 

b tte Clerk's Office <tf tte 

Clrcatt Coart of tte Ctty 

of VbHate Beack, oa tte 

I4ttteyaf Jaly, 1975. 

Martta Ckapama, 

PteJrtlfl, 

againrt 

Anthoiqr D. Chapnan, 

Dafendaat. 

Tte objed of thte satt 
te to ditate a divorce a 
viaoito matrimoaii fit>m 
tte said defcadart qxm fiie 
groante of Uvlag sqa^rte 
aad qiart Ibr tte period 
of one year, since Jime 
19, 1974. 

Aad aa affitevtt teving 
been m«te and fUedthrttte 
drtadart te a aoa-resld- 
ert of tte State (^Virgte- 
te, tte lart kaova put ot- 
Hm adte^ brtag; Plea- 
sart BIdge, GreeaviUe, 
So^ Caroliaa. tt teorter- 
ed tkrt te te aipear kere 
wHMi tea fl^ teys after 
dae p a bBc a t io B tereM, aad 
te triat may te aecessary 
to intited Us iaterert te 
jthte sUt. 

A «n - Terte: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
CUrtc. aelrtifflwr, Et. AU 
211 P^rt»tite Three Bldg. 
Pwitetf» Office Pait 
VlffWa BeaiA, Va. 23«2 

yV8 Jaly 23, 30, A^. 6, 
13, « 



(SOER OF PUBUCATmi 
h tteClertt'sCMmtftte 
Onatf &«t of tte Ctty 
0t tUl^M Bwdi. «■ tte 
Utttey^Jaly, 19%. 
WUUam TkoBtts E^aa, 
naMur, 

Srpirrt Jalte Krl^ Ea- 



(»DE3t OF POBUCATWN 

ta tte Cleit's (MBce <a Om 

Circuit Coart <tf tte Ctty erf 

ViiYtate Beadi, oa ttelTtt 

tey ct Jriy, 19^. 

B^tl^P. UaterMiod, 

PbkttUI, 

j|Bkirt 

tiaim Ripley Uaterwood, 

Detaitert. 

Ite obj^ ctf ttte sM te 
toittate aAvoreefiintt* 



tte saM delated ivMte 
gnMte^^tattrttMi. 
^ aaaflttvtttavtagbeM 
uteaad filed tet tte te- 
taitert te a Boa-rs^dntf 
ofUieaateofmrfli^te 
lart kaom pert aU^wi- 
dress bitm KMi, Sa^ 
Road, Weai^ert, New 
Yortt 13II0, e/h Joe R^i- 

te ^pnr kcra wttteten 
(10) te^ aftd- dw piMi- 
otion kneof , and te wtet 
may te aecMsary to loo- 
ted ter talerert te thte 
sttt. 

A eoff-f^**- •'Ota V. 
Fratr^, aerk 
Edmrd T. Caton. HI 
2501 Itedfle AvesM 
Virgtete Beach, VirglBte 

VBS Jaly 23, » A^nut 
1, 13 41 



paar here wttte tenflO) 
teys ^tor te* prtUcatloa 
teratf, aad te itet mayte 
aecMMiT top«tectUs te- 
terartbttiiaA 
A e«f.T«M»:#^ V. 
FOmSS: CLESX 
Cteric. Srtder ft Carter 
SHWVa.B««A.Bhd.' 
^. Beack, Va. 23«a 

VBS July n, 30 Aagi^ 
6, 13 « 

oaims OF pvnjcATioN 

btteCterk's(»&»aftte 
Or^ &ai « tte Ctty 
of VIrgWa Beuk, on tte 
ira tey of Jrty, tilS. 
Th«BasJ.N«meeek, 
PtekMfl, 



{»DBS OF PUBUCATXW 

b tte Cterfc's (Hfice ol tte 

Ctreitt Coart of tte C^of 

Wr^teBMdonttelMh 

tey lrfJ^^ 1975. 

Ferpsoa w. Lambert. 

Ptetetlff, 

a^iart 

Saaa Jaaa Kni^Lam- 

tert. 

IMndui. 

Tte objed of tkte salt te 
to obtate a^vorceAMeasa 
Et TlKMV totemergedaiion 
proper i^idicrtloB to a <tt- 
vorce A Viacato Matri- 
monii from ttw said defen- 
dant, upon file groaate d 
adaal aad coastradlTede- 
sertloa. 

Aad SB affitevtt tavteg beea 
mate aad filed ttat tte de- 
f*adart te aaoa-residentof 
tte State of Virgtete, tte 
tert kaowa port office ad- 
dr^s beteg: Beaver Dam 
Cafe', Beaver DamKea- 
tucky tt te ordered ttat ate 
te appear kere wttUa tea 
(10) teys after dte paidi- 
catioa kereirf, aad te itet 
may te aecessary to |wo- 
ted ter interert te ttite 
satt. 

A copy-Terte JOHN V. 
FENntESS: CLERK 
Broyles, MdCeary ft Gor- 

PadOc Ave ft SStt Street 
Virgtete Beach, Va. 23451 

VBS July 23, 30 Ai«urt 
6, IS* 

mom OF pubucAtun 

b file Oerk's Office of tte 

Clrcatt Court of tte City of 

Virgtete Bewsk, on ttw Itth 

tey <a July, 1975. 

Detea A. Oitt. 

PlattiUff, 

agatert 

Richard Charles Stltt, 

Drteadart. 

Tte ebied of thte sutt 
ls^ «Mte'adivore<Fhrtif- 
colo matrimanii from tte 
said tefdidert, opoa tte 
groaate at sqiarafiaa for 
one(l)year 

And aa affitevtt teving been 
mate and filed ttet ttie de- 
femtait te anon-reski«itof 
flie«ate «r Virgtete, tte 
lart kaowa port office ad- 
dress bei]«: P8C Box 1119 
SPO New Ymk, New York 
tt te ortered Mat te teap- 



Dbrotty Adtms MeflMCdc, '' 
Dcfeadart. 

Tte ol4ed of fids satt 
te to oMate a ^votm A 
Vteoito Matrtmoadi from 
tte saU tefenteat. npoatte 
groaate td aditteryandte- 
terUon, 

And anaffitevtttavingbeea 
mate aad filed ttat tte de- 
iMidut te a aoa-realdeat 
of flie State of VligUa, 
file lart tawwa port office 
address brtag: e/o Adaltee 
Adams, Colbrook, New 
Yoit tt te ordered ttat Ae 
te appear here wtthte tea 
(10) teys afterdwpaldlca- 
ttoa kereer, aad te itat 
may te necesnry to pro- 
ted ter irterert te tkte 
sdt. 

A copy - teste: JOHN V. 
FEHmRl^: aERK 
Bryu, Friffin ft Connor 
1501 Marttlme Town- 
Korttlk, Virgtete 23510 

VBS July 23, 30, Aag. C, 
13, 4t 

(»tDER OF PUBUCATION 

ta tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Clrcatt Coart of tte Ctty 

ol Virgiate Beack, oa tte 

14tt tey of Jdy, 197S. 

Catteriae Taner Edmante 

Pteirtifl, 

aplart 

Jaaies R. Edmaate, IV, 

Defeadart. 

Tte oi^ed of ttte satt 
te to obtate a divorce a 
vlncato matrimoaii from 
tte sate defended qnn tte 
groante of one year's con- 
OBoas, aateternqited sep- 
^aratioa. 

Aad an affitertt teviag 
be« mate and fifed ttet 
tte drtdidurt te a aoa-re- 
sldert of tte State ct VIr- % 
glUa, tte tert kaowa port 
office address beiag: Port 
Office Bia 10415, Ti- 
moalnm, Marytead 21093 
tt te OTtered tkrt te te 
appear here wima tea (10) 
di^ after dae paidicauoa ..g^^ 
hCTeof , and te whrt may 
te aecessary to proted kte 
irterert te ttte sutt. 
A c(vy - TMte: JCfflN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Pickett, S^mte ft Lyte 
3284 Virgiate Beack Blvd. 
P.O. Box 2127 
Virgiate Beach, Va. t3«2 

VK Jaly 23, 30, Aag- 6, 
13 4t 



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NOnCE TO THE PUBLIC 

Nottce te terdiy gives fiiat tte Virgiate Electric 
aad Power Company on Octdier 21, 1974, filed wtth 
tte ^te Corporation Commtesioa of Virginte an ap- 
plication requesting a temporary iacrwse te tte rates 
charged for gas service. Tkte temporary tecrease was 
graitod by tte Commissioa and became effective fin- 
all service rendered on and after De^niter 1, 1974. 

Tte Compaqr filed a second appUcatioa for a fkrtter 
iBcrease te rates on a permaaot haste ob Jane 27. 
1975. te tts appUcatlan for pennaaert rates tte eon- 
paay also proposes i^proval at Twrnpanrj RIter C 
wUck te to remate te tUed as loog as necessary to 
recow defeired pardnsed gas aqtense ad otterwise 
reeoveraide eater tte PnrctesedGasAdjastraertCbas*. 
Tte secoBd apidicatioa aad Temporary Rider C may te 
rertewed te tte (rffice of tte CtHamtesioa Cterk <n- rt 
aay office of tte Compai^ wtere ps UUs may to paU. 
Tte Conuitesion tes suqieBded tte rtfedive dates of 
tiMse proposed rates aad kas sckedatal a heariag on 
bott tte toaporary and perounert applications te tts 
Coartroom. Blartoa Bnilding, Rickmoed, Virgtete, at 
10:00 A.M. on Odd>er 14, 1975. 

lie teaiporary increase will remate te afled aatO 
tte ^fl ct tte Commissioa has tevestigated the reason- 
aldeness of tte propued rates, tte poUic hearing kas 
been teU, aad a final decteion as to tte necMslty ftH* 
u increase tes been rendered by tte Commtesioa. 
If tte temporary tecr»se should t>e ddermlMd to te 
excessive, tten tte excess amount ttet has been etd- 
leded wUl te rrtmrted wttk taterert by ttw Company, 
tt Ite ONnrateston fbte ttet a rate iacrease te needed, 
then it wUl order tte surcterge terminated and will 
authorize tte Company to increase its rates te tte amoot 
found rMsoorttle. 

Tte Company tes bea directed to fUe wtth tte Con- 
mteston tte testimony and exhibite of Um wttnMses 
tt pn^oses to offer in support of its apj^cattoas bf 
Septemter 19, 1975. TUs nuterial may te reviewed 
after ttet tete te tte (Mice of tte CovuBtertoa iff at 
aay (^ee <rf tte C^mipaiqr wtere gas UUs may te paid. 
Tte Staff ct tte Coamtesioa has ben directed to an- 
dertate an terartl^ttoe to iMenatee tte msoaalde- 
aess td tte OmpaBf'a rates ud to fite tte testlmoiv 
aad mM^tM ctf tts witnesses by Octd>er 3, 1975. aad 
ttte material may te reviewed at tte office of tte C(nb- 
mteston after ttet tete. ' 

Aay pa«0B wto opeds to|parteipate at tte potaUc 
kearbg as a protortuat to ^er evid«ce aad to eron 
ettffllae vrttnessM shall fite a Notice of Prat^ as {oo- 
vided by tte CiNamtertoB's Rules of Practi(» and Pro- 
Mdare, on or bdore Angart 29, 1975. Also, eack per- 
soa wto proposes to partic^te as a protertart rtmU, 
OB or b^ore Oddwr 3, 1975, fite a Pratert, tog^ter 
wWi tM ec^ia at all {M-^par«i te^mony and ei^Mta 
wkldi atk penoB oqwds to (rffer, and skaU serve 
a «o^ ttereirf q»n <»rasel tor tte C«npa^ ud^on 
all otter prottetutts re(p«;tiBg same. Tte Notle* of 
Protert, aad |ve-filed teMOMny and exhtttts stall to 
fUed wtth tte C^Mimtesion's Cterk at tte tetow listed 
»Uress. 

Any irtented perMo wto desires to attMd ttehearteg 
as an MM^nor, or gweral pid>llc wttnns. aad to 
make a MteMrt b hte own bd»ll need o^ (I) aoH- 
f^ tte &iaatesloB te wrttlBf tj filteg a aotee IMraol 
imh WUltem C. Yoog, Cterk, P.O. Box 1197. Rich- 
fflond. Vttitete 1^09 aai (U) appter te tte Coaate- 
aten's C^artrocMi rt 9:45 A.M. oa 0^d>«- 14, LOIS. 
and complrte a natice-of-appttraaee form to te |Mt>vi- 
ded by tte CdantesloB's blltfl. 
Virgtete Etedric and Power Dmpany 



YBS Jaly 23. 30, A^. 6, 13, « 



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ORDER OF PUBLICAIWN 

vmcniiA: in the 
cmcurr a>uRT or the 
cmr or vhwwu beach 

(WTBErTHDAyOFJULY 

ins 

FIRST « MERCHANTS NA- 
TMMfALBAMK 

V«:' 

CARLG. inCK 
P. 0. Box 199 
MtftfeviUe, Mass mm 

UHi 

AIOTA F. IMCK 
P.aBmlM 
Ifti^rtlte. ItoM. OEOSO 

DwBllwNUttS* 

C75-»t7 
Tkt (^tct of tke tbove 
itjrie ntf U to s«U • ^eee 
of ntl^at«d«erib«diB 
tte BiU itf Coofteiat, iB 
ordtr to satis^ t Jiili- 
iMii «klcli «u rMtered 
■CMiist tbe (M!e«duts, 
Carl G. Dlok and Aotta 
F. Uck. Aad it ajifmr- 
iBf ht affidaTit tUed ae- 
cordtoi to law that the 
defenteitts Carl G. Dick 
and AniU F. Dick, are oot 
rasMMts of tlie State of 
Vltftatai. and tkeir last 
feaon address is P.O. Box 
m, Marshtrme, Mass. n 
Is tho^sreOROEREDthat 
tts nid Carl G. Dick and 
AJdta F. Dick do apfieur 
vttUn tM (10) days after 
due poUicatiiHi of ttils Or- 
dtr, in Um aerk's OfSee 
of tke aforeaaM Coart and 
do viat is Mcessary to 
protect tteir iMerest. It is 
furtker ORDERED tluttUs 
(Miier be published once a 
weak lor ioar sucessive 
weeks in the Virgiiia 
Beadi Sun a aewiqiaper 
IH^ed in tbe Ctty of Vir- 
giaia Beach, VirgbOa. 
A eopt teste: Jtita V. Fen- 
tress: Clerk 
Harokl J. Goodnan 
Attorney at Law 
1120 SJiarrow Road 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 

VB8 Joly 16, 23, 30, Ai«. 
6. « 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's (M^ of the 
Cireoit Court of the City 
of Virfiflia Beach on the 
2«h day of Jwe, 197S. 
Blanche Reieha, 
Plaii«ifr, 
against 

CharlesJteicha, 
Defmdairt. 

The object of tUs suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vincolo matrimonii from 
tlie said defendant, qxxi the 
jBnmndsofdMwMdt. . 
Aad an affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
thiA the defeadart is anon- 
resident <a tbe Sate ot 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Box, USNFO Athens, Gre- 
ece. FPO New York, it is 
ordered that he do appear 
here within 10(Tea) days 
after dae pnUicatifla her- 
toi, uA do wM nay be 
necessary to prrte^ his 
Merest in this ssit. 
A copy -Twte: JOHN V. 
FQITRESS: CLERK 
Brydges 4 Hwlgins, Atty. 
1389 L^Lin Bond 
VtrginU Beach, Virginia 
23451 

VBS July 2,9.16,23. « 



OKDER OF PUBLICATUR 

la the Clerk's Office ol the 

Circait Court a the City 

01 Virgiaia Beach, on the 

21th day of Jane, 1975. 

Charles Allen ^yder,0, ' 

PWntitf, 

gainst 

Deborah Lee Perry Sayder, 

DetaKlaat. 

TiM object of this svit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
irtncnlo matrimoaii from tbe 
said defendant, opoo the 
grooBds <rf two ynr sqi- 
arttfon. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fUed that the de- 
feadant is a non-resideirt 
of tte aateof Viii^pia, her 
last knows poirt ooIbc add- 
ress being: R Attaas Laae, 
Moort Morris, MicUpn it 
is imlered that ste do ap 
pear here witUa tea (10) 
days after dw piftUcatiM 
hereof, aad do whtf may be 
necessary to rreteti Nr 
Wer^ ta tUs salt. 
A copy-TMto: JOHN V. 
FERTRl^: CtlQiK 
Barrow A Lowe 
3104 AreUe Ave., 
VirgiBia Bea^ Virgil 

VBS Jaly 2, 9, 16, 23 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's OfOce of the 
Circatt Coort of tbe City 
of Virgil^ BeMfe <» the 
^m <ky sd Jme, 1975. 
Sidly M. Carrieo, 

WUUan C. Carri«>, 

The {4>Jeet of tUs salt 
is to (Main a divoree a 
vincolo matrinottU fttm 
tbe aU MeutaMi, 190B 
the groods tt t«>-yair 
s^aratlfla. 

^id an afflteiM Inv- 
bV beaa m^» mi filed 
tM tta deft ad itf is ansa-. 
r»M«l <rf the Sate of 
Virgtaia, tte laA Ioovd 
port cm» address being: 
VBW, MAS, Alam^. Cal- 
gm^ tt is oitlered ttat 



he do appear here witUa 
t^lO)days after <to pMb- 
Uiatloa hereof, aaddowtat 
May be necessary to pro- 
tect Us Umm la tUs 
suit. 

A awr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CL»K 
Thmas B. Sl^leworth 
CUtk, aeiaUlber, Hof- 
iMtmerliSairt 
211 PefflbriAe Three Bail- 

Virgiaia Beach. Virgiaia 
23«2 

VBS Jaly 2,9, 16,23. 4t 



(»DER OF PUBUCATION 
la the Clerk's Office of the 
Circait C(wt of tbe City of 
VirgiBia Beadi. on the 2m 
day tf J«e, 1915. 
Mary Lon O'Brien, 
Plalatiff, 



Janes Edward O'Brtea, 



The («ieet (rf UOs mit U 
to oMain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimoaii from the 
said defeadaat q»a the 
gromds ct adultery or a 
dtviHve a BMua ct thoco 
on the grounds of desertiaa. 
Aad aa affidavit having be«i 
made aad ffied that the de- 
faadant is a non-reatdeat at 
the SUte ot Viifinia, the 
last kaowB post tfllce add- 
ress beiag: c/o Fleet Post 
(Mflce, New York, New 
York, it is ordered that he 
<h> appear here withia t«i 
(10) days aftM* daa pnidica- 
lioB hereof, aad doiAatmay 
be aaensary to i^otect Us 
iirterert in this suit. 
A copy-teste: JOHN V. 
FOmESS. CLERK 
RAert D. Lncas. Jr. 
906P]asaOne 
Norlblk, Virginia 

VM Jaly 2. 9, 16. 23, « 

CffiDER OF niBLICATlON 

la Uie Ctork'a Office of the 

Circatt Court of the City of 

Virgiiria Beach oa the 24th 

dayof Jaae, 1915. 

George Louis Trtpodl, 

Plaintiff, 

agabnt 

Diaaae Marie Tripodl, 

Detendaat. 

The ol^ect of tUs suit 
is to obtaia a divorce a 
viDculo matrmoaii from 
the said defoidait, ivda 
the grouBito of sepiaratkn 
for au>re Uiaa one year. 
Aad aa atOdavtt having 
been made and ffied titat 
the defendant is a non- 
resided of the State of 
VirginU, the last known 
post office address being: 
e/o bine DUtnaa; ftpral 



udered Oat she do appear 
here wttUa teafl^days af- 
Ur dae paMicatioa hererf, 
aad do what may be aec- 
essary to iwotect her ia- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: J<Wlf V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Leviae k Fi^teaa, Atty. 
505PlaiaOBeBdldiag 
Norfolk, Virgiaia ZMIO 

VBS Jaly 2,9.16.». 4t 



LTMOi 



ORDER OF PUBUCATK3N 
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIR- 
COIT (XWJRT OF TBE 

ciTT OF vracmiA 

BEACH 

CCaOffMIWEALTH OF 
VmGINU 

ONE 19a rmO FAIR - 

LANE 

Mentiflerttoa 

«2F31V2»tt5 

THERESA JEAN 

3319 Verdoa Aveaae 

NorlBlk, Vir^ala 

l-iiok: 

titt ot^eet Hi tUs sitt 
U for tte dataadaat, Ther- 
esa Jeaa Lyadi, to Aow 
cause oa tte 27th day of 
Ai«ttst, 1975, at lOKIOa.m. 
ia the Ci»»tt Coart of the 
City of Virgiaia Baaeh, 
Vlrfinia, why the said 1962 
Ford Fairlaae dwuld aot 
be condeaiaed and sold to 
enforce fDrfeiture, as pro- 
vided by Section 18. 1- 
107.1 aad 4-5C of the Code 
ui virfiaia (1950). as 
amended. 

Au Hiudavtt tatvli^ been 
made that the defendant, 
Theresa Jnn Lynch can- 
not be located aid tte last 
known wUress was 3319 
Verdon Avrave, Norfolk, 
Vtafinte. 

It is forOer (ffiDI^ED 
that tUs noUce be puBltsh- 
ed in tbe VirgiBia Bnch 
Sun News, a newspaper 
lavii^ a general drcida- 
ti<» in tbe City of Virginia 
Bnch, Virginia, once a 
wttk tor two soeceuive 

Tei^e: KmK V. FEN- 
TRESS, CLESK 

VBS July 16, 23, 2t 



(HtDER OF PUBI^ATKUI 

In the Clerk's Office <rf the 

Clroitt Court <rf tte City 

of Vir^nia Beach (» the 

25th <tey ot Jwe, 1975. 

(Naf S. (temmdson, 

Pki^tfl. 

i^aiast 

Sherry Martin OsaMdwo, 



Tte («4ed of thU nit 
is to iMda a divorce frm 
tte boads <tf matriaMiny 
ftt» tte aM d^adaat, 
19M tte grmuds at sep- 
anttott for over me 3^. 
And m afmavit tev- 
ing b«« a^ and filed 
that tte d^Md^U noB- 



rMklMt of tte mate (d 
Vbgiaia, Uic last iaum 
port am^ address teiag: 
•00 Uttrier Blvd , kpt. 
FlOl, BnekvUle, Ontario 
it is ordend tM ste do 
appMr here wttia tenTlO) 
days after dae putdicatiMi 
tereof, ud do itet may to 
ae<M8ary to ^«tect ter 
iotorert to this suit. 
A ow-Terte: JOHN V. 
FENTRES: CLERK 
Edvnrt T. Catoa 
P. O. Box 42 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

3$m 

VK July 2.9,16,23, 4t 



tton, or otterwise do what 
is nenssary to iMi^ect his 
laterert is tUs matter. 
A em terte: JOHN V. 
FENn^i, CLERK 
PHUp G. Denatii p.4. 
WHleox, Savage, Law- 
ran, Didtson A ^rindle, 
P.C, 

3330 Padflc Avenue, ^te 
400 

VirgiBia B»cb, Virginia 
23451 
VBS July 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t 



^ER OF PUBLICATION 
In tte Clerk's Office of tte 
Circatt Court of tee City of 
Virgil Beach, oe tte 27te 
day of Jim, 1975. 
IHue Kemndy Botert. 

agaiart 

PWl^brris Botert. 
Defeadart. 

Tte rtiject <tf this sutt 
is to oMaiB a divorce a vin- 
cato matrimonii from tbe 
said drtodert, qxn tte 
grounds of oirtiBoas sep- 
aration for more than one 
year. 

Aad an affi<tevtt teviag beea 
made and filed ttet tte de- 
fMdart is a non-residert 
of tte Stete (rf VirgiBia, Us 
lart known port office add- 
ress being. 11 Brockway, 
Virgiaia Water, Surrey, 
Eaglaad tt to ordered thrt 
he do ^ipear here within 
tea (10) days after dae pob- 
licaooa hereof, and do wtet 
may te nec«sary toproteet 
Us interert in this nit. 
A o^-Terte: JOHN V. 
FOTTRESS: CLERK 
Attiert Teich, Jr. 
706 One Main PUsa Eart 
Norfolk. Virginia 23510 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

bi tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circatt Court of tee City 

(rf Virginia Beach on tte 

2Sth day of Jt^, 1975. 

Roiqr Cox Friart, 

Plairtifl, 

againrt 

^iward Altort Friart, 

Defondart. 

Ite rtijert of tUs suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo nrtrimonii from 
tee said diHraitart, 1900 tte 
grounds of aseparaticnte- 
tweeu tte parties wtthort 
interruption t witteut co- 
habitation for more than 
one year. 

And an affiitevit tev- 
ing been raadeandfUedttet 
tee defoidart is a ten- 
residert of tte State of 
Virginia, the last known 
pMt office address teing: 
Lot II, Es<iuire Court, Su- 
burban Trailer Pait, Lex- 
ington Park, Maryland U 
is ordered ttet te do v- 
pear here within ten(10) 
days after due prtilicatlon 
hereof, and do wtet mayte 
necessary to protect his 
interert to this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK . 
Lewis. Sacks t Delaura, 
Atty. 

Sutte 508 Plaza One 
Norfolk, Virginia 



VBS July 2, 9, 16, 23 4t ygg j„iy 2,9,i6.23,4t 



ORDER 
VOKiOnA: m THE CIR- 
CUIT CXKJRT OF THE 
COIT COURT OF THE 
OF THE CITY OF VIR- 
f^NU BEACH (m THE 
23RO DAY OF JUNE, 1975 
In tte Matter of tte Ad- 
option of Stacy Prertco 
Lane and Keri Rae Lane 
BT: DEAN ERNEST MEL- 
LSUKMf and PEGGY EAR- 
LEEN MELLSTROM 
To: Mr. Gary Prtri(± Laae 
P.OBos343 

QXapazl, Cokmdo 81223 
TUs day came Dean Er- 
aert Mdlstn»B udPepy 
Earlccn MeUrtrua. 
tttinwn, and rqireseated . 
ttetttwrtiiectofi 



^^yi^ 



MdPetty 
trwa. Pe- / 
fireseated / 
[teiaim^ 



LANE aad KERI RAE 
LANE, by DEAN ERNEST 
UtLLSmm aad PEGGY 
EARLEEN MELLSTIKMi, 
tashaad aad wlf^, tte aa- 
taral fattier et said cUl- 
drai, U a ncaresidegt of 
tte State of Virglrta. tte 
lart kaown port office ad- 
dress brtng: P.O. Box 343, 
Cotopaxi, OAaruio tltZZ, 
n te a««flore Ordered 
ttat tee said GARY PAT- 
RICK LANE appear before 
tttts Court wttUn toi (10) 
(toys after poidicrtioa ai 
tUsOrdw aad iadiate Us 
attitnde toward tte|nt>- 
poMd adopttoa. or ottier- 
wise do whrt is aecMsary 
to protect Us iaterert te 
tUsmattn-. 

A cow t«te: JOHN V. 
FOrmESS, CLEIUC 
WUUan H. Colna, Jr. 
Attt^aey tor tte Petitiai- 
tm • 
l»1LasUaRoad 
Virgiiria Beach, Va. 23451 

VBS Jaly 2.9.1643 « 



(«DER 
VmCDflA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

cmr OF viRGonA 
cmr OF viRGnnA 

BEACH, ON THE 25te DAY 
OF JUNE, 1975. 
ta re: Adqjitioa of Roy 
Krttt Rawls and Vanessa 
LynRawte 

By: Botert Warren Gng- 
ory aad Jaae EUxabete 
Gregory Petttioters 
To: Lennr Rawto, Jr. 
1310 H. ^arthoBse Road 
ArUagtoa, VlrgiUa 
bCteieery 
# C-74-1511 

TUs day cane Rotert 
Warr« Grettar and Jane 
EUxabete Gragory, Peti- 
tioia^, and repressed 
tittt tte oi^eet Id tUs pro- 
cMdttag is to ^ect tee ad- 
opttoe ot tte above named 
iidut(s), Roy Ketth RawU 
and Vatessa Lynn Rawls 
bf Rrtiert Warrra Gr^- 
ory ud Jaw EUxabete 
Gregory, husband and 
wife, aad affiitovit tev- 
iag be» made and filed 
ttet Leroy Rawte, Jr., 
a aatwal parot erf ttid 
driUOen).^ is a wn-re- 
sidif Wtiie SMe of doe 
dU^BM teviag bwB toed 
by ttw prtttlMen to as- 
certate to Virginte, wUch 
&mitf or eirporatloB Uie 
nid Leroy Rawls, Jr. is, 
wMert tfNrt tee lart 
haova R^fMBteiMms 
b^: 1310 CoarttOBse 
1^. ArUngt(s, Vir^ate 

B te thM^sre (taitored 
tet tte nU Leroy RawU, 
Jr. appnr tefore tete 
Qnrt wtthte tn (10) <tays 
tfer pMtaatioKrfttOsOr- 
dw aaHa fltttoids rttttite 
toward ttefn'speaed aSop- 



ORDER 
VIRGINU: Of IHE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 23RD DAY OF 
JUNE, 1975 

te tte Matter of ttw Adop- 
ttoa of Micteel Seven Yal- 
oU 

BY: DEAN ERNEST MEL- 
ISmm and VEGGY EAR- 
LEEN MELLSTRi(»f 
To: Mr. Jcta Leonard Yal- 
ote 

General DeUvery 
Pueblo, Colorado 81002 

In Ctencery No. 

C-75-892 
TUs day came DEAN 
ERNEST MELLSTORM and 
PGGGT EABLEBI MELL- 

dBP- 

jert of tUs iffoeeeding te 
to rtfect tte adoptioa (rf 
tte above-named infart. 
MICHAEL STEVEN YAL- 
OTZ, by DEAlP ERNEST 
MELLSTROM and PEG- 
GY EARLEEN MELL- 
STROM, husband and wife, 
aad affidavit teving been 
iMde and ffied Uiat JOHN 
LBMARD YALOTZ, a na- 
tural parent of said child, 
te a noaresidert of tte 
Strte of Virginte, tee lut 
known port office address 
teing: General DeUvery, 
Pertilo, Colorad 81002. 

ft is tterefore Ordered 
ttat tte said JOHN LEO- 
NAIU) YALOTZ appear 
before tUs Court withte 
tMi (10) (toys after prt>- 
Ueatin of this Order and 
iadicrte Us atttade to- 
ward tte proposed adop- 
tioB, or otterwise do wtet 
is necessary to prrtect Us 
Utterert to this matter. 
A copy terte: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS. CLERK 
WUUan H. Cotou, Jr. 
Attorney for Ua PeUtira- 
ers 

1397 LaAte Road 
VirgiUa Beach. VA 
23451 

VBS July 2.9,1643 4t 



NOTICE OF FILING OF 
UtANCH OFFICE 
APPLICATION 
Notice te hereby givattet, 
pursuant to tte |»ovteioBS 
of S545.14 of tee Rules and 
Reguktions for tee Fed- 
eral Savings and Loan Sys- 
tem, tte Virginte Beach 
Federal Savings and Loan 
Association, Virginte 
Beach, VirgiUa las filed 
an andlcattonwtthttieFed- 
enl Home L<an Baift 
Board for permisston to 
estebUsk a branch (^ce 
at, or in tte immediate vlc- 
itttty of North Landing 
Road and Princess Anne 
Read Virgteia Beach, Vir- 
gtoia. Tte appUcation tes 
Ijeen deUver^ to tte Of- 
fice of toe a^rvisory Ag- 
ert of tte said Board, lo- 
crted at tte Feiteral H«ne 
Lou Bank of Atlarta, 260 
Pn^ree SIrart. N.W., 
Atlaite, Georgte. Aay per- 
SM may file ounmim- 
icatiotts, including briete, 
te favor or in prrtert <rf 
said ai^Ucation at tte 
aforesaid office (rf tteSup- 
ervi^ry Agent wittin 
10 (biys (or wittin 30 (toys 
if advtoe is fUed vitttn 
tte first 10 (toys stetii^ 
thrt more ttae te neded 
to foralsh additioaal tefor- 
RtttM) after tte date of 
tUs pmUcatioB. Four anp- 
ies of any (»mmwiicatims 
stouM te filed. Tte ap- 
pUcation and all o>mmini- 
catioBs in toror or to pro- 
tert ttereof are avaUable 



for tespectton 1^ aay per- 
son at tte afornaid of- 
fice of tte Supervisory Ag- 
ent. 

Vb-glBto Beadi Federal 
Sav^s and Loaa Associa- 
tton^rginto BMch, Vlr- 
giate 

*Lecatioa mart te tte sane 
as ttet appearing oe 
FHLBB Form #700 or ttw 
specific rtrert address. 

VBS July 23, It 



(ffiDER OF PUBLICATION 
VntGINU: or THE CIR- 

corr rouRT of the city 

OF VI^INIA BEACH ON 

TOE 23RD DAY OF JUNE, 

1975. 

Doris Y. Averctt. 

Comidalnart, 

vs. 

Jote H. Averett . 

1531 Coolidge Avenue 

Riolya, PemsylvaUa 

19001, 

RespcHMtart. 

In Chancery 
Tte Direct of ttis sutt 
is to effect parttttonamongrt 
tte owters by sale or otter- 



wise, of ml ffupcrty tette 
City of Virgiitt Bwcft, Vir- 
ginte, kaowa as ut ta, 
(» ttat Mttete idat wttt- 
tod -ta^loaaMm.W^- 
noretad bblM''. 

AaAffidKvtt tevtaf beaa 
made aad filed thrtJotaH. 
Averett te a Boa-midat of 
tte IWe of Vligtate. Us 
lart kaowa port ot&ee add- 
ress beliv 1531 Codidge 
Avaaae, Rortya, Pnasyl - 
vote 19001. 

it to Oitlered ttat tte 
aforesaid aoa-resUert de- 
feattort appear withte tea 
(10) days after due pobUca- 
tloB of tUs Order and do 
wtet te necesnry to pro- 
tect Us teterert. 

tt to tatter ordered ttat. 
tte Isragi^ pmlton of Oris 
order te puUirtad once a 
week for four eeaaecaUve 
wcrtn te ttw VirgiUa Bwdi 
Sua, a tmngeptr of general 
rtroriattoa to tte Ctty of 
VirgiUa Bnch, VlrgiaU. 
A eon-terte: JOHN V. 
FENIItESS: CLERK 

VBS JUy 2, 9, 16, 23, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATK)N 
VIRGINIA: IN TOE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY 
OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON TOE 24TO DAY OF JUNE, 
1975. 

MINNIE BENSON, 

Substitrte Committee for Amte Eva Gofflgaa. 
Complainart, 

V. 

ANNIE EVA GOFFIGAN, et ate. 
Defendante. 

m CAHNCERY NO. C-75-9M 
The object of this sUt te for tee co mi Ja lMrt to seD 
tte property of tte incomprtent defendart. AaUe Eva 
Goffigan, and to uw tte proceeds for Ua npport aad 
matetenance of AoUe Eva Goffigaa. said property beiag 
described as foltows: 

AU ttet certate real property wtth tte baUdiag 
and improvemente ttereoa, kaowa, auiabered aad 
designated as Parcel Nnmter 13 oe Uw plaa of 
part of ttw AUter^r Ptoee. Lyaataven Magister- 
ial Dirtrict, made by S.M. Simpson for J. W. 
Bonney on Decemter 18tt, 1104 and reeinttod to 
tte Circmt Court of fla City of Virginte Beach 
to Ua9 Book 7. page 63. SAVE AND EXCEPT 
aU ttat part of Parcel Numter 13 takm Iqr ttw 
City of Virginte Beach by a CerUficato of Takiag 
to Deed Book 14S9, pige 623 aad showa on ttat 
certato ^t entitled: "Ptet lowing Sewer Water 
and UtUtties EasemMit" from tte Estrte of AnUe 
Eva Goffigan for ttw City of VirgiUa Bnch. 
VirgiUa, Lynnteven Borough, revised Sqttemter 
6, 1973, McDonald and Overman Consulttng En- 
gineers, Virginte Beach, VirgiUa and recorded 
to tte Clerk's Office of tte CircUt Coart ot 
VirgiUa Beach, VirgiUa te Map Book 107, page 
55 
An Affidavit teving been made ttat diw diUgeace 
tes been used by and oa brtalf <a tte c(nn|daiaart to 
ascertato to wtet couaty or axrporrtloaHeary Woodteuse 
and Evelyn Brown are, wittKWt effect; ttat ttw tA- 
lowing persons are ami-resideitts ot tte Stete of Vir- 
ginte, and tteir tort known port office addresses are: 
Melvto P. Baran. 32 Ellsw(»ib Strert, Wart Haves. 
Connecttcrt mU; Mattie Mottershed, 5101 Wert Adans 
Street, CUcago. DUnote 60644; JUmUe Walstoa. 9608 
57th Av«ae. IC Regs Park, Qaems. N.Y.; Zack Wate- 
toa. 9601 Mk ^veaae, 8C Rafs Park. Qaeea*. N.Y.; 
Mcareaa 'iraSoa. 960» 57tt Aveaae, K R«M *vk, 
Qaaan, I.T.; Yvoine Kaowles. 663 Hancock SIrsel. 
Apt 14, BnoUyn, New Yoric 11233; Velma Edwards. 
9S Navy Wate «3A, Brooklyn, New York 11301; Jote 
Walrton, 987 Bedford Avene, Brooklyn, New Yint; 
WUUe WUstoa, 325 MacOonald Strert, Brooklyn, New 
York 11233; Ctera Rodgen, 130-42-227tt Srert, Lanr- 
etton, New York; and that ttwre are or may te parttea 
toterested to tte sul^ect natter el ttds sUt whose 
names are imkmwn and wto may te more tolly des- 
cribed as parties unkaowa wte are aU Uw ottM- hein 
rt tow of AnUe Eva Goffigan wbOM namn and ptaen 
of residence are imknowa; and aqr ottwr peraoa who 
may teve an iUerert to tte sid^ect matter of ttite sUt. 
R is ORDERED Uat Uw nid Hmtt Woo(RnBM. Evrtya 
Brown, Melvte P. Haynes, Mattie llottwrshed, Jlanla 
Walston, Zack Walston. Maaraca Walstoa, Tvane 
Knowles, Velma Edwards, Jote Walston. WUUe Walrtoa 
and Clara Rodgers and Parties UUmowa do appear 
wtUiln ten days after (tee prtdlcattoo tere(tf and do wtet 
may te necesnry to protect tteir intereste. 

n is furtter ORDERED ttet Uite (Mer te pab- 
Ushed once a week for fovr succesrtn weeks to tte 
Virginte Bm(A San, a newqaiwr pubUshed te tte Ctty 
of VUglUa Beach, and teving a generU circatotioB 
to tte City of VirgiUa Beach, Virginte. 
A Copy-teste: JOHN V. FENTOESS - CLERK: 
Moody, McMurran and MUler 
Attorneys rt Law 
Central Building 
Cwirty at Court Strert 
Portsmoutt, Va. 23705 



VBS JUy 2, 9. 16, 23, 4t 



NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARQKj 
Tte VirgiUa Beach Board of ZoUag Appaate wlU ran- 
duct a PU>Uc Hearing oa Wedaasday, Aaput 6, 1975, 
at 7:30 p.m. to ttw Circ^ Omit Soon W. Ctty BaU. 
VirgiUa heuA, Virgiate. Uw ftdkwteg aipUeattona wUl 
appear oa tte agenda. 
PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF THE aUMSMOnOCktVm. 

1. (deferred JUy 2, 1975). Tte SnAlHri OatyatUta 
reqoeste a vartoncc to allow paittn li tt* r a t a ir a d 
srtteck wtere proitf^tod froB Pacfilc tamm, Utfc 
arert and Lake Drive at tte Soottraaat eonar « Pae- 
mc Avenue and lltt Strert, b^ mradnrt^ 19,000 
square fert te sise. Virgiate Boaoi BatMigL 

2. (Deferred JUy 2, 1915). Bahby L. Ctel^ioa ra- 
(perts a variance of 5.5 fert to a 9.5 fort rtda yard 
adjacert to a rtrert (Brian Avenw) tartaad of a 15 
toot setta(d( as nqsiteA otU* I, Nodt 3, Seetkn 12. 
Araraa VUlage. 4965 Caraattoa Atcbm. BaysMe Bw- 

3. WUUam P. Zictefw»e mqaeste a varteace of 8.5 
fert to a 6.5 tort side yard sattack fran Gmw Araaae 
inrtead (rf 15 tort as raqUred of Lote 24 aad 2S, Block 
K, Rudee He%Ms, 489 Sorthskte Road. LynUavwa Bor- 
(Migb. 

4. MelviUe C. Wood, Jr. re(pieste a vtriuce of 8 iert 
to a 2 fort mr yard settack iatHmt of 10 lart as 
re<iUrcd of Lot 147, Sertioa 4, Ljndavea Cotoay, 
2949 Summer Haven Road. Lyanteva BonM0. 

5. Co-Par Rm&y Corporattoa rtqante a variai^ of 
7 fert to a 3 fort rear yard srttetik iartaad of 10 fert 
as respired and to ntie tte re<|Ured toate ea pl ag ta 
tte srtteck on a Parcel. Level Green. WH Levrt Greaa 
Boulevard. Kemi^viUe Borough. 

6. Eagem T. Evan raoi^s a nriaaee to allow ttw 
parking of Major RecreaUoaU Eq^aert (boat) te fitatt 
of the buUding wtere preMttad ti^ead el hrtriad Ute 
Barest portion of tte MMtag to a pMUlc rtrert oa 
Lot 5, Block 43, Serttoa 4, PMteUw Haaor, 316 
Anthony Wayte Road. BaysM &»«n0. 

1. Jote Aragou reverts a nriaate ct 12.5 fert to a 
37.5 foot frort yard seOadc iMMad ef »fertu re- 
quired of Ut 26-A, SeOim 4-^ PaycUlf. 819 FoM 
Drive. Lynteva Bdnoa^. 

8. Mattte g, FerdiMi rsjiiafa a fatteaca of 9 tMt 
to a 1 toot Udeyanl mmm IMili of M tert u r*- 
qUred of Lrt 24, Knob UU. 8» CUittn Strert. Km^- 
viUe Bonn^. 

9. Ganwtt C. Gaitter reoMrts a varitece to aUow tte 
parUag of Major RectwMoaal ruaipiilM (nota- hOM) 
to fr^ of tebUhMgvAMreprsMMdteMadofbe- 



Tte Sua. JUy 23, 1911 - B-S 

htod the nearert portioa (tf tt« buUdin to a puUto 
rtrert M Lrt 39, Block 41. Serttoa 4. PcoSwrtw Mnwr, 
504 Pataan Road. Bayttte Borongh. 

10. Baraett H. ReyaUds reqMrts a vartoan of I fort 
to a 7 fort rite fmH srttertt ^tead of 10 fnt u re- 
quired (wert property Uae) of tte Soattara 100 fart of 
Lrt I, Btotk 14, lertioB D, Cifa flaary. MlSIrt 
Strert. LyaUavn Boroa0. 

11. Travis E. Blate reqatete a nrtea» rt 8 fert to 
a £E fort frort yard s^cdt tnstnd of W fert as re- 
qUred (rf Lrt 50, Hacdoiald Park, 1025 Nrt>taae Aveaae. 
KenpsvUte BonJai^. 

12. Rlcterd E. aad Donna J. GianaatoUo rsqa^s a 
variuee of 2 fert te feace tei^ to a 6 tort foaea fert^ 
testeul of 4 iert as aUowed on Lrt 1, BlodE F, Paeaa 
Gardate, 691 Arttmr Av^ne. Priaeeas AaM Bsfvaik. 

13. Irterstete Breads Corporattoa by Jenir W. Adana. 
PAR AssoctetM. rcqii^^ a wriaan to aUow a wMe- 
aaUag aad tUtrOiMM operaUoa to teve e^ (t) de- 
Uvery vaUcIes tertead of five (5) deUvery vaklcln oa 
Parcel, ,82 acres, northwnt comer of WttdUaek tend 
aad Wnver Strert, Chiaese Comer. teysUe Btvoagh. 

14. E. R. Whtte requeste a varteace of 3 fert to a 
11 fort frort yard settack iastewl rt » fert M reqalrad 
aadrt4ferttoa6tort side yard settack (eart prop- 
erty Une) instead of 10 fert as reqateed rt Lote I Ud 

I. Bloek 51. Shadow Uwa Hrti»to, 105 9tt Strsrt. 
Virgiate Bnrti Boro^. 

15. Predtfick T. Rooney rc q a aa te a variaaee rt I 
tort to a 12 tort side yard settack for bote side yuA 
instead rt 15 fert as reqUred rt Lrt 1, SccMoa B, 
Prtewa Aane HiUs Park, Discovery Road. Lynatevaa 
Bomi0i. 

16. Rotert H. Harris requeste a vmriatee to allow parti- 
teg (d Major RecreattonU Eqaipmert (bert A canpnr) 
te firart ot ttw baUdiia wtere ^ohttrtted tostaad rt 
brtriad Uw aearert pMtioa oif tte baUdtog toapabUc 
rtrert 00 Lrt 33, Block 6, Wtedaor Wooii, 512 Sortk 
Gladsloae Drhe. Lynriavan Boroagh. 

II. Booaan Rastaerut by Haafli A Coaopa^r (W. C. 
Maador, Agert) reqaeate a iwteaea rt 88 aqaare fert 
of addtttoaU siga altowance to a totU rt SIS sqaara 
fert inrtead rt US sqnre fert at UnamasaUoMd 
and a variaaee to aUow ttw free-naadtag si|^ tote 
168.15 sipare fert pw face lartaad at 129 sqaan fort 
par toce u allowad oa a Parcel. Btrdaack am. 911 
Ladte Road. Lynatevea Boroagii. 

18. Rotert M. Stewart and Faye B. Stewart raqaart 
a vaiisMe rt n fert to a 30 fort ftwt yaM aaamfc 
tertead rt 90 fert as reqatead ot Lrt 14,8acitlaal, 
Saaiforidge, 2220 Saadfiddler Road. Primwu Anna Bor- 
ongh. 

19. Roger G. L^ipe reqaerts a variance ot 9 Iert to a 
6 fort artte(d[ instnd rt 15 fert as reqalrad fn- a aida 
yard ad^cert to a rtrert and a variaaee ot 4 fart to a 
6 fort rear yard settack iartead rt 10 fort as ranifarad 
rt Lrt 19. Block 19, 8edk» 12, Priaean teac Man, 
3068 (Me Towae Lane. Priacew Anw Boroagh. 

20. Eageae J. Coaseas reqaeste a variaaee rt 16 aqpara 
fert ot addttionU sign i^owaaee to 53.5 sqaart tirt 
at siga am tostaad at 31.5 square fert u alknrad aa 
a Parert, Vbrtete BoeA. 211 24tt Strert. Vtrgiata 
Bnch Borough. 

21. R. G. Moore, Doa RrtdandRoccoLassttw bf Adaan, 
McCate A Lerter, Agert reqaert a vuteaee ot 19 
fert to a 10 fort settack I^hb Air RaU Aveaae iaatrad 
ot 25 fert as reqUred (ScUe Coatrrt BUktfag) ud to 
aUow parUag to tte reqUred settiuk from Air Rau 
Aveaae where proUUted and to waive tte raqalrad 
laads c mtag to tUs settack oa Pareel 32. Airport la- 
durtriU Park, lliurstoB Aveaae and Air RaU Ayaaae 

S>rttmrt corner). BayUde BOToafb. 
. PaU L. Tickle reqaeste a varteace rt 20 oa atte 
parUag spacM to "0' parktog spacn iastaad rt 10 
paiUag spacn u reqaired tt tte aoatt 40 fart rt Lrt 

22. Blo(d[ 31, Virgtate Bnch, 1109 Partflc Aeaaae. 
Virgiate Bnch Bormigh. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEF(«B THE 

BOARD. 

W. L. Towen 

Secretary 



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CITY OF VIRGMIA BEACH 




Wattr Mid 99whr Um Fms 

(Single-Famly Readences) 

At tts regalar neetlag n Moaday. JUy 14. IflS. 
VlrgiBte Beaiai Ctty Ceaartl artaWloteil new wtw 



aad sewer line toed. Th^ era aOMliia Aagnrt 
1, 1915. Carrert aad ae« llaa 9ow an u fU- 

lowa: 

A. If yea prevloarty ta«« u 
qaestliw 1»attf 



iag by ttw 
tin. tte ten te 




NEW FEES DO Kn APPLY TO 



If yoa Uve to u am rt Virgiiia Baadi 
m^oved by Ctty Coaaefl tar aator-aaw- 
er prejerta. and if yoa aipi aad teve u 
acknowledged agreaaMat tM" wrtw-aavnr 
nrvlce prtor to Jaly 31, IfflS at 9:00 
p.m.. tte euiowiag 



Water 
Sewer 



9400(nlUn8n) 
^15 (mirtman) 



C. If yoa Uve te u am ot Vlntete Beacb 
ttat earreatly .has water-sewer swvtea. 
aad if yoa coaaert to ttte aerviee prim- 
to Jalbr SI. 1«7S et 5:00 p.n.. ttw tofiow- 
iag preaert fen apply: 

Wrter $400(flUUniHa) 

Sewer fSTC (ailUnan) 

D. If yoa Uve to u am ot Virgiate Beach 
ttat currertly has nter-sewar aanrtea, 
aad U you comert to tttfs swrvtce brtw e n 
Augart 1, 1919 aad S^teariM- SO, 191S, 
tte iolknriag aew too* ap^: 



W^r 

Sewn^ 



1480 (miaUDun 
$120 (niainm' 



If yoa oaaert to ^ter-nwer s«nr^. 
or if you siga aad teve u artoanrta^ad 
^reennt fn- wrter aad aercr awvtee 
oa or after Ortoter 1, 1915. ttw trttowtog 
new fen tw^j- 



Wrter 
Se<rer 



|900(nlUnan) 
|180(niBima) 



A dtecoaatod rate wUl wply ta tte Um»c 
sttarttoa abeUd yoa a^ aad have u 
a(daowtodnd agreem^ for water-nww 
servile irittto 60 days of tte aiaUrtiU% 
rt watw-sewer service. TUs (ttscaarted 
rate U te nme st "D" above. 

U yoa Uve te n am ol Vlrgteta Beach Art te 
art catTaat^ sdeMed for wrter^ewer suir^, 
ttntte Utefen ta rtlert rtttwttBMrtamUa- 
Hl^ oi i^er-sewn- nrvioe wUl ap^y. 

wATot ua> own un msooarrACTTn 
wMxmn^^ mamaart 

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NOTARY SERVICE - Av- 
aiUfcle at The VtrfiiUa Be- 
ach Sun omce - 138 Ro- 
semont Red., rifM ofTToD 
Rd. exit. ««-3430. 

UAL-A-MASUCE- F<»r 
Udyoiledk. TtelMrtta 
MorfiA, laMs Mri MteU 
Mly. «23-(341 

ART, MOLDING. ANOHY- 
drocal plaster for art 
work. S27.2396. Wkite- 
hurst, BUssintlnin Corp. 
S-2-5 



S - LMt ua Fowl 



FOUND-Ktys en rine vttH 
leatter tab. IdentUjF keys 
ud par 'or ad. Call Gordon 
MitcheU 547-4571. 



llMDODGECiUKER- 
cilft looa CMtOtiai, low 
■flwct. eoMcde artoaa- 
tte :«kater. tKkat m^, 
%ny tpjpud. M« ptiat 
<k^, qiidaak.rno. 4X5- 



RAMBLER Wa|aB, 1971, 
very good condittDii, eleu, 
like new tires, H.ltS. 4SS- 
7551. 

IMC Ifercury -power bra- 
kes, (4 dr.) auto, trans., 
power steeriae. Clean, 
good condition. Call 

412-1445. 



7 - Twcta - TraHorn - Jeopo 

ISM JEEP, War»eer. 350 
V-«, 4-wbeel drive, eqB«>- 
ped to pbU t)ic trailers. 
Good oondiUoB. ^1,150. 
421-3493. 6 p.n.-10 p.m. 



n - Baste, Iterl— aippltes 

SANIffiLASTING ' - float 
Trailers and Machinery. 
Free Estimates. IMiite- 
hurst, Blassi]«hain Corp., 
403 'W. 24tt St., Norfolk. 
$27-2396. , 
S-2-2fi 



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MANAGE girls - 1250 per 
Week. Call 461-1787 



CLUBS - CHURCHES, 
■lake money lor yoor spe- 
cial projects. Sell sob- ^ 
scriptions to your home- 
town newspaper. High 
commissions. Call for in- 
formation Mr. Brown 486- 
3430. 



TEEN-AGER - seeded to 
bstqrsit. My home, days, 
tor July. 10-year-old, North 
Virgisia Beach. Call 428- 
6444. 

HELP WANTEO-Giris 18 
or over, lop psy, so ei- 
pnisBCe serasssfy. Ess- 
cmw llasssce, 709 Bonsk 
St., Mortolk, 623-5342. 



NEU) tor oecsstoosl o*«r 
Bight bsbysitting tor 4yesr 
old. ((pB t| Um) Must 
te*t traSsportstioB, 
Osrciibsd srss. Reply re- 
toraaes^A sslsry. Write 
to P.O.B. 1327, Dept DB, 
Ckesspeake, Vs. 23320. 

BOUSE KEEPER - Mas. 
through Tburs. 3 p.m. to 
6 p.m. Cook and clean. 
Start Sept. Furnish own 
transportation. Referenc- 
es. 418-6328 after 2 p.m. 



LICENSED Real Estote 
Sales Agents - We are giv- 
ing our agents a 60-40 
ciMamission split located 
at busy Hilltop on LasUn 
Rd. For coofideelial iirter- 
view call Mrs. Dsvis, 422-. 
3620 or 481-3031. DAVIS 
REALTY. 

LOOKING tor t^ seear^' 
a second iacone csn pro- 
vide? The paHi to security 
is 00 a decisioo - aad a 
phone call away - we ess 
show you bow. Call fin' ap- 
pointment 497-5655. 

ENVELOPE widressers 
wsnted! For iBforaation 
send SAE to Everett Chase, 
Boi SO, Clinton Comers, 
NY. 12514. 

COUPASH under sew msa^ 
agemeitf needs the fidlow- 
iag: 1 mechanic, 1 wheel 
balancer, 1 tire changer, 
and 1 tire recapper. Good 
pay, good wortdng condi- 
tlcHis, and company bene- 
fits. CaU 562-4469. Drake 
Tire Company, FraskUa. 



SaMAB UIVENTRY - Earn 
11,000. betwees now sad 
Ckri^Bus, part Ume. 499- 
4901 M- 04-1198. 
8-7-23. 



NEW JOBS: 

wAimss- 

HOSTESS 
EXPEffiENCE 



WiU traia ia new pMlttca, 
1610 BHMtk guaraslae. 
Mast he sUe to stsrt work 
immedlstty. TUs is aot 
restsaraat work. CsU 

461-1198 



FAST gnrtte a>. BMte 
Mvwal putt&Maa^y- 
SM, good saniac polMi- 
tial, trsMat svaUM*. 
CaU tor Msrview, 4M- 
0237. 



EARN St feBSMdatag sta- 
ple sdftaa^c, ittiUag. 
Offer datotto rash 2S< sad 
Misqwd adto«sa«i «vel- 
ape to CADYN Boi iUCV 
OM BfOvsge MY 11804 



14. 



CHILD care to my 
Lots of love sad persossl 
csre. RessOBsbie rates. 
Chnrehlsad 484-5428. 



WILL halM^ to my home, 
(ayadoB Villas to College 
Psik Ar«a, averiaaeed, 
rctoreaess, laaAes turn- 
Uhed. hscBd ysrd. 424- 
M64. 



For sue: RestMTSBt-Ta- 
wra. Folly lioefcsd sad 
eqo^psd aad dofav sgood 
business aow oa busy U.S. 
58, betweee SatlDtt ssd 
FraiAliB. New bridt build- 
ing, Dpfi* well and 210' 
by 16!>' comer tal ^ws 
with this sale. LIVESAY 
REALTY, FSANKLn.VA. 
SC2-S33S M- 562-4807. 



flttTROCrmi CLASSES 
Nurses AUes - OrdarUes- 
Qak HiU Medtosl Trsintng 
School, Gmt Bridge. 547- 
5156. 

PUNO TUNING and r^alr, - 
(rae estisutes. <M ^no a 
speciality CsU 486-5916. 
S-5-21. 



U-D SfS.Csto, Etc. 

SIAMESE UHMS - Sesl- 
prristsaiLiUaeMat,^. 
each. 8 wcAs M. (^U 
M7-SSS8. 



DACiKHUNO p^W, 9waaks 
old, AKCrecM«red,Aols, 
wormed, red sad Uadi 
mixed, esU 543-2237. 



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nAMO twdier - OriUss- 
wood aesr l^iwcr Mall, 
Ports. Associstes (tf Arto 
Degree tonnsic. Bagtaaers 
A latermedtotes. For v 
polatmeat, csU 488-5535. 



SU.KYTeiTtw»-A«Cf»- 
glM»«d, BM-SiMddiBg, 

odorless, sifectionte, 2 

r^Uttteboys, 9wedu 
CsU tor tatorauttoo 
460-1494. 



HUP wanted, Sar^i Cov- 
eatery, part-time, fUl time, 
no investmert, 486-1540 or 
497-8521. 
S-7-16. 



DODGE - 1967Catverttole, 
toir coBdtttoa, f200.orwill 
trade tor boat aad motor, 
shot gua or pair oftrato- 
ed rabbit dogs of equal 
value. Can be sees at 501 
Bonney Rd., Va. Beach, m 
caU 499-0785 or 461-2195. 

VCHJCSWAGEIIS 

Large selection of used 
VoUiswagens, most models 
most ddors. 100 per etai 
gnarajdeed. Baai financing 
credit approved by phone. 
VICTORT VDUBWAGEN 
3401 VIeiiry Blvd. Pwte. 
3974216. 



HELP NEEDED 

Interesting aad rewarding 
with great pbteoual. 
Retired MiliUry or other 
Vets best suited for Uiis 
work. 393-0172 from 10 
a.m. to 12 aootf, eicept 
Sunday. 



MASSAGE QiU. 
•175 WEEKLY 
GUARANTEED 

No experience necessary, 
wUl train 18 or over. Bus- 
toess Man's Massage & 
Health Spa. 857-5018 



CASMER 
RECEPTIONIST 

$140 Week guaranteed sa- 
lary. No experience neces- 
sary. 

857-5018 



PART 



SSOAWBSK 

MEED 3 people evcsings. 
Preter married A pre- 
seaUy emidoyed. 
QdlS47-5079 
Bctwwaa 4PM A 7PH tor 
aa laterview appototmeat. 



NEEDED 
AT ONCE 

2IIEN 

1 WOMAN 

To fill receitfly create, 
potions. For foU to- 
forraation. CaU 

461-1198 



10 WOMEN 

AND 

MEN WANTED 

Local concern now hiring 
for good paying jobs, plus 
company benefits. No ex- 
perience necessary. For 
^spointment CaU 

461-1 198 



$69$ 

EARN 
. ^TRA MONEY 

Selling Subscriptions on 
' your own time High Com-e. 
' mission MUST be triead-^ 
ly and depradaMe aadoot- 
going. CaU for appoint- 
ment. 



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of Decorator Colors 



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Virginia - Carolina 
Tire Cow inc. 
' The Straight Talk 
Tfra People 

453 No. BatU^leld Blvo. 
[ Grove C 
547-2157 



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LOANS 

FOR ANY 
WCWTHWHILE PURPOSE 

NOTj^ and AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 

tOCALLY OWNE<> 
AND OPERATED 

482-3381 

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VflGMA BEACH SUN 



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486-3430 



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GROUNDWATER 

REGISTRATION 

STATEMENTS DUE 

User9 of grourtdwater in the Souttieastern 
Virginia Critical Groundwater Area, 
comprised of ttie countries of Prince 
George, Sussex. Surry, SouthamptcNi, 
and Isle of Wight andthecities of Suffolk, 
Chesape^e, Virginia Beach, Ports- 
nrKHith, Franklin, Hopewell »id Norfolk 
are reminded ^at Registration State- 
ments are to be submitted pursuant 
to the Groi^dwater Act of 19'^, mi or 
prior to August ^, ^975, to ttie Virginia 
Sate Water Control Board, P. O. Box 
11143. Richmond, Virginia 23230 For 
or call SWC6 regiwial offices at Vir- 
ginia Bead) (499-8742) or Richn^^ 
(770-5401). 



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Mc Mt filter*. »S0. Call 
Km Berry, S4I1-4ST1. 



"ftBnffenote* 
btulttd lAA 4 
patterg-tlr-looiB. 12 dto- 
Mr plates, 12 salad ^tfct 
A soy Dovls. 12 a«s * 
stMr^% . Ci^so FpI. 
CrauB ii stpff liovl. Ask- 
taC 1400. PaM meh man. 
M?-4t11 art for Mr*. Brod 



dolls. Wt but A ai>ll. 
APPRAISALS 



CCNITLETE dateU lattrae- 
Vm - "iem Um^umamf 
to nnn Mm. fiid 43- 
to TMil PiMlMllii. fJD. 



,. *«d, M^ 

Mteas, eas itef ok tot. 
HOOD. 4M-75M. 



4«- 



KXMK For rait, Omu- 
bartntoBS, lor 2,«m^, 
tn.SO Mr pcTMB, 4wtoa 
Botcl, f ii tfte B«a^ Va. 
CaU 4»-S42I. 



714 AOtn - A«Mm 
•OfarMo farc^ at 
tad ^OB n.k Ac to in. 
N Ae.) CSoo^ai Co., Va. 

(mr 1-44. 



11:10 ^mUMttlCJL 



Bm 114, 
Va. IS«I. 



VICTMUAN LOTI SEAT- 
VpfeiMarad tojroM val- 
val • PfK., TioBasvUlc 
sftKla bod Md nattress 
giKCan 4I2-1S<2. 



11.00 



SO 

all tvBM a 
CaU 4M-ain al- 
tar • M>- <U U:» »■■■>■ 

amomG pool «Me - 
aaior - Mm! di^OM of 
im pwto to itodi, nc- 
rilleaprtea tor dlapirata- 



Oak Brova 
PLEA MARKElf 



^^ 



Mf-IMO 

«tt-IMt 



OfBy yrtgaAjx* 



IUOi*Grow 
B,Ta. 



St 



RASE eela$ - Imiariy 
Norvlev OA; ItorAft's 
Boat ooamteto, bar, aoU, 
ti^c. bi^c ^*w cotas, 
eaaatbttaBMMtofCaa- 

i.m-m%. 



ttr.ltoriojk,) 



U-Gaod 



to^ 



slIiirtaaaMMv«.a^ 
}M« I BflMfroai MH 



n&H turn prodMO to 
Maaoo. CaU tor |a«r tn- 
«Mr or fimrinc MOda. (M- 
tvtr'a ram llarkat dtSC 
b)«ood Rd. Va. BMcb. 
4W-7457. 



ai-UMind 



foait tadadst, dadi, 
(iter, aad «ar- 
raKy. 11 i U am all. 
foot ii^allad. Oil «art- 
boHO wdtoct 4^1 or ov- 
atfat.. a* tor toa, 104- 
4M-S«f. 



NISD A miFE? Cam- 
CdtoctortH- 



BtfttafiaW 0224. 



WAU. TO WALL CABrCT 
MOHflXkaDGS 

CtMTIM ntSTALLATKNI 



CAIVETTOWN 



Anon 



Pbsa 



VMM XMvM. Am tow 
Boelk #7, OAKBOVE 
rUA MAVCT. no Ort 
GrsfM M. (off _^__^ 
Hv^ BaaaoMb^ prkad. 
■n* - Tfea Uto Mka. 
ow-wn. 

T«OPR:al Ahoose^aaU 
- AsstHtBaal el Plaaters, 
hai«laE barinto. A tilt tor 
your "soaaoM." <»bo to 
aad brovM! Oak Grovt 
Ftoaliaxkat. 



TOP SML - blade tortile 
troB GrcMbrltr. Snd and 
flU «rt. Lot elaarii* and 
gradlai, badac^tot. 
Mom St7-Mm or 5tf- 



2 A S BEDROCnf APTS - 
Gomit VaaUaflan fhrj. A 
Gttncitoa Hi. CUt* to 
sctowl A all Bases, noor 
4a7-t220 



40 - Oit-Oi-Twa tor Bart 

(HtAHSY B.C. mealy tor- 
tortnd 2 Mm MobUc 
nme OB Carrttadt Souad. 

S129. Ii4r "«*. l«Mf 
laaao. For infmnatloaMll 
424-4307 rttw <PB - 1<^ 
or 422-144B. 



RAGS Baad - S badrooB 
Coltaft tadidM alreoadi- 
tton, diAvaaber, electric 
beat. Caryated tbrouchoot 
Weakly rartaU-Sat. to Sat. 
%m per «e«k. 4M-1763 
or 297-3700. 



_ _ _ ,^MaB-19Ad-, 
|6itti( ttMdtty Dinttt, Vlr- 
tfda ratariddto (^, S. W. 
of PaWiboj^ ton ttaa 
1 m. tnm I-M. Par^la 
IMto tJMwton.SAaw 
AMicttv^ awM ao-- 
aMajPrsMaga OB Itoto tt. 
441 Marday, A^aat lOiii, 
tlMva.B. laoni m *Tbo 
BittaNattLMd*. Porto- 
toiMttoa A ditoiMdbra- 
cbnra Ova^Aat^aoABM- 
tty Co., toe. 1201 lorBl- 
t^M^ Bktoae^d. Va. 

4 Wv^^^H^^P ^W*VwV*WSa 



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Km OavD 



MiJlOO 



tWi- L- 

portik. itoi^ 

MDaBdevadndllx:. 



auUOnr fl.C.i«larilbato 
lsl*Sbdm.toflMabOBa 
I fl H ttii or » na rat i . On 
too CanMndt iMBd vitt 
airimtoi pool ri^Ma. Wall 

' lai^ aal- to 
(Hm. fm to- 

ie^S4-4mtf- 
tor • p.to. to* II p.B. or 



and bone 
npatoi, all wM paranl- 
aad, IN^ oaMmatM, call 
■01% Kdd, IST-MdO or 
. Frod Bidwrdaoa. tt4-»4Cl . 



10- ItoaMgarvlcw 

SARINNC ABEFnSHIMGi 
Mardwod Floors 20 Yrs. 
nparteaee, frec^imates 
420-M74 after 6 p.m. 

PAIMTDKj - interior, ei- 
terior, alao paper baiiKinc 
■eat work, FREE KTI- 
HATES, caU tS5-<S!S. 



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VA. BEACa, 

Ptik-By ovMT. tiO toet 



o( vrtartraH-daap a 

BrUAMebCsl- 



|!S.000 



m-^i&k* 




MOYOCK, n. C. AivroL 
lacreidlfc2Bdra.bHM. 
1 tya brtk, TMI Ihad, 
Traaa. |»,00e. Tara* or 
ikameu yoaraalf. Cdl4M- 
14«, alibis 424-407. 



Pov Acre brtWai aite. 
aot' road fratoi«a. Mar 
^ - bay «atM front, to- 



tto took anvovad tor 



42i-in0; 



AB 
Caa 



oPEtmo 

NEW OFFICES FOR PRACTICE 

of 

GENERAL DENTISTRY 

WiafnB.Keelef O.DS. 



vJoseph C. Hughes DD.S. 

«* ' -• ' . 

t lODABB SOTTE 1-A 



. 



1224 BatOaOdd Hvd. Bo. 

647-5508 

OOlMbaara 
By appoiatBaat 



flO-nrida 



miBCBLABD tTM - I9 
owner. 2 bdrB, eanlralair, 
aitn large daa, aoodad 
tot, BMqr aitru. |2f .OOB. 
OpH hOBH Jtfy 27to. Bo 
aianto. 424-S44«. 



tor Sato 



DISTRICT MANAGER 



If Ion Imv* 1S-20 boura fra* Mdi 
BNBk and Mjoy wpriciM wilh ysung 
people, this coulil b« Ih* r\^ Job 
for you. RMp^ibiliiios iiicludo: 
Oittribiition of Mwapipors aMlwp- 



Mvision of apprntimalolv SSyouno- 
sters. Tho rigM a^lieont tlwuM 
havo a ear. ba aocially iaciinad and 
peiaosa a good knowlod^ of tho 
Poadiaraa. A good ataHrag salary 
and irainiiM program ara offorad. 
Call Mr. Brown at 4SS-3430 for. 



Itll CASTLE 44' i 12' 
anftw libad, coodcoadttton 
2200 aqaity, asaaao 21 
payaMnU I72.72. Faaead 
yard, toU m tank! 057- 
4I71. 

CBAMOT B.C. vUlseU both 
latA2Mfm.BSbitobatoe 
tefotber ar aHante. On 
toe Cnrritncfc tand iM 
svrlauatos poati^bto. WaO 
tondabad - lufe art - to 
yvtof. For ia- 
I call 424-4507 al- 
Ikr B.B. to 11 p.ni- or 
4SS-t4tf. 



Odlvn- AM Cbarddaad Pletntol to 

Sbbc of oar carriers ara aaratof |S. to flO. a weak 

tor deUveriac toe Pictorial arty om iky a 

Wedaeaday aftemooa. 

SBt APPUCATIOM (Nl PiUSE 2- 



GiORGETOWM 
COLONY 

Mm Srm FOB SALE 



A Cnatoa Bailders 

SALES orncB..„ 

222 PiwMaacaSd. 
Call 4C4-t317 




S^rar-MgoA 



cHotaofncESaEcnoN 

GICAr SMDCe-KBTSMOUfN 
ANDOTHOS 
Weni BH^ « i«CN lODUNB 

o T«« Wtek't f onaoi * Unliimlid eoniiagi 
TraanrSdMMl • Opy ortmiitol tof 

* poimi noR AdvVMMRMl 

• Group Inwroiic* • NumiPOyi Mhtr 



ijpiiM/uii 





W« Hav« R^iriacaiiiMit Parts 
For VoMnwagom bnportt 

OOVIRAOC AVAILAflUI POf« THt 



MagiM 
v<CiacMeai 



^ * DIflWVflttM MW HMf Am 

• FuH ay i tows •Brakes 

Eshauit. Haaton A rnKm Oyitowi •FnalMaaiidStaarii« 



BATTLEFIELD 
AUTO PARTS 

112BatttofMdBlvd. 

GreatBridge 



547-2128 



BkaUGBTB raBCSHJ)- 
BEB, tbe a«ard-«tortB| 
dritdrea's Bagasiae 
naada a Irtl «- put-tlB« 
r apra san trtirB wto carte 
tbe VlritaU BoaA area. 
Qaallflad toada tont^ed. 
Sell ranevrt caatoBMrs 
and an' proapacto wbo 
vrtte raqn^ini toder to- 
tonaatioB. Eara bOBltao 
to 11,240 per aortb to 
eoauaisaioaa aad 
|M«a iaaoaaM nn 
tloa pvpaB. TUa oppor- 
tnatty coald laad to aa 
ar«a maaacerab^. Write 
C. F. miBt, DnL mp, 
BX^LXarS PCS CBILO- 
REB, 2200 Wed FUtoAve. 
C<A^iM. Obto 42216. to- 
dade pwaonal date aad 



V-f THtHK 



VICTORY 




VOIKSWACEH 



If you can afford a Ford, 
Chevy, Dodge or Plymouth, you 
CAN afford a brand new BUICK 



Ur > Meweil Sgick- 



upti ueaiei 




PMISMOUfR VA. 



HOME 
SERVICES 




MOUmiAlA 
CONfTMJCnON 
IQUIPMmTRMTAi 

543-5^[^3oW^an •^ComoraaaaM 

*rwUffli •Spoea HaoMn 
aOonaa •Oioin^aM 
•Ampa 

(333 itiinbrJdg* Blvd. 

NORMAN DEAMMGK 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

Baildars 

Hobo i Bp r o v Mwrt a ^ 
Coatraetora 
GMua BBildara 



Roofs • Cupmta 
Kttebaa BMMsdall^ 

CALL ANYTIME 
546-7318 

Rack E. Uadt, &. 
1100 I^rk Avenae 
Chesapeake, Va. 



LAWN MOWER 
REPAR8 

OMDaySarvlee 

ALLIIiUCES 
Parta ASonriM 

*Bri|^8trrttoa 
'TeaoMh 



BATTtEFIELD 
AUTO PARTS 

(GrartBrtdi^} 
547-2120 



J0m>AN'8 
MOVBtS 

24 hour 

miPaiaaMM. 
141^425 CbM. 



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Pro< iirtlmatas 

mnwn 

oonmcTKw 

S»7-tWS 



WELLDRLLMG 

NoWatw 
NoOnrfl* 

Marrin D. P o w a ra 
421-3200 



Jack's 

WitfMrftOryar 



461-2484 



BOMAnBTKM 

KITCBn BBHOOBUBC 

* All rtM8 of laraiMMd 
attocbad laracM 

* Caanert ^fa|a to aoja 
ortomayroOB 

* B^rooma, Vantttoa 

* CafBBic Tito, Brick, A 
n«*aort 



no^ltoato 
Bapr o va a w rta! 



BM. BLACK 

Ca. 



ABTtlME 



2lf-nfS 
EVEBIBGS 



I^ANDSCAPDIG 

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V, BBAbw»Mk,TrM8ar- 
vtoe ladaflBl r to aova L 



UUBffi BIBMDDA LA^ 

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This ^ace avaU^e 
tor 
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You can trust a^n 

REALTOR LB 



REALTORS 



'77?e Realtors below are professionals In real estate who SLiJscrX>e to a strict 
code of ettvcs as members of local and state boards and of the National 
Association of Real Estate Boards. 

NOW IS A GOOD TIME FOR BUYING A HOME! 

Praiaer your InvMftiMnlf Sm <mm of fft«M iMdWng atm ffM^ors/ 



SALES 




M^- 



RENTALS 



Try Ua. You'll lOcoaa 
Tvio locBUona to aorvo you bottar 

WSIIQSEMONTROAO 
VWOMIA lEACN, VIRGMU 

Mtl VmeiNU KACH BLVD. 
NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 
4t1-M1f 



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CoBjIiliilyfatot- 

raadk. Bit-tt ktt- 
«dk-to pMlry. 
OaUSbBRvXoaUar.4SS- 
son. 



- Orty 
12,200 cash aad takaovar 
pcaaart IBM to toto 2- 
bartiaaai, t 1/2 - balb 
bijdt raneb. oil AUee 
U ToaraB^ 4SI-7174. 



BEB CBEQC — Lo*^ 
2 battniea laadL Lane 
art-to kBebaa, aaar golf 
ooarM. Call Ftm BMb, 
427-4121. 



. 




RIcm'c, 

Reattcrs Inc. 

We toive toe great- 
Mt adecttoa of 
BoBM, Panas, At 
CBBBMleal Real - 



VISIT 
Our New Office 

AT 
2» ipbaitoMBd. 



tobaartrtCraatBrU^. 
547-4555 



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WHEN YOU 
WANT 

TO BUY, SELL. 

ORBBn. 

SEE A 

PROFESSIONAL . . . 



5% TAX CREDIT 

HOLLY COVE 
OPEN HOUSE 

8iin(tey2H>0.|^SM»i 

7 3/4% VA FMANCMQ 

(Wnn oa r afll fag daatof eertf 

1^ '" ■>' i! !* « Siaeo *na bf Badd Constnc- 
lua. 2 badnwaa, 2 1^ batoa, dM, rtnlM rooa, 1 
JjBtoMB earprt. eaatnl air eeBdittoai^f22,»0 



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Mytiaa. 



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WALLACE «-«» 484-2030 
I^Wiltoc* 484-1117 




HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



2SS0Part 



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lot. IMai rosai, dtaias roato, Mt 
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484*4542 



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Cbo^paab, Va. 22220 

F(tf QOKXtilRJL'ra 

CALL 
424-3720 




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4805 

PCMTtaHNiUtll 



SASSER 



««»4 lTOrFttLD424-542i 
g»M£OK»ai M4.W24 
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WOTOTFIELD M4-S422 
BMWEBtWELL «44«0I 



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B-8 







Last week's heavy rains delayed con- 
struction at this site on Rose- 
mont Road. 



New course 
offered by ODU 



Old Dominioa University 
(ODU) is oflering a course 
in "Motivation Manageineiit 
in the Scbool and Home" 
at the Camp Pendleton Re- 
servation in Virginia 
Beach. 

The course is being 
jointly sponsored by tbe 
ODU Schools of Education 
and CoBtiBuiog Studies. 

Three hours of under- 
graduate or graduate cred- 
it is available to those 
who successfully complete 
the course. 

Tbe course will be team 
taught iffider the direction 
of Dr. Richard Pooley, ad- 
junct faculty member of 



Fun days at beach 



The Youth Council Or- 
ganization of Viiginia 
Beach (YCO) is sponsor- 
ing "Summer Fun Days" 
Tuesday, July 30 and 31. 

There will be three days 
<rf activtties in Princess 
Anne Park for children 9 
years and older. Admis- 
sion is free, but registra- 
tion will be re<iuired each 
day. 

Tbe first day's activi- 
ties will include crafts and 
outdoor games. 

On the second day Vir- 
ginia Polytechnical Insti- 
tirte's Extenswn Servtee 
will make a presentation in 
ei»junction with the Bade 
Bay Wildlife Refuge. A 
hike tkroi^ the area is 



also featured. 

Tbe third day's events 
include camping instruc- 
tions and lessons on mou- 
th to mouth resuscitation 
usii« a Red Cross dummy. 

The activities will begin 
each morning at 9a.m. and 
last until noon. 

YCd is composed of re- 
preseatitives of various 
youth groups in Virginia 
Beach. 



M.CLAY 

EquipmxM Cp., Ik 

Service Station, Ganite 

Equipment tmt Tools 

SALES AND SERVICE 

2611 Airline Blvd., Ports novQi 

4ll-t30S 4S*-U00 



CETA to provide 208 jobs 



ODU's School of Education 
and project director of the 
Pendleton Project. 

Tbe intention of tbe cour- 
se is to teach tbe basic 
principles of behavior 
management with.em{d)asis 
placed on the educational 
treatment of children 6 to 
12 years old who exhibit 
behavior problems. 

Tbe class will meet Mon- 
day through Friday from 
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., July 
28 throi«h Ai«. 22 in build- 
ing 253. 

Tutition is $75 and re- 
gistration will be complet- 
ed at the first class. Call 
489-6397 for information. 



Unemployed workefs in 
Virginia Beach may be el- 
gible for temporary jolB 
provided by a federal 
grant. 

City Council Monday au- 
thorised the acceptance of 
ai^ additional $714,631 
grant through tbe Compre- 
hensive Employment Tr- 
imag Act (CETA). 

The grant brings the to- 
tal amount of CETA funds 
provided to the city to 
11,027,631, enough to em- 
ploy approximately 208 
pe<^e, accordlM to City 



Gas price 
posting may 
be required 

A proposed onUaance to 
require Virginia Beach 
service station (^rators 
to post signs displaying the 
price of gasoline will be 
considered by City Council 
Monday. 

The ordinance was <m 
Council's agoKta Monday, 
but Mayor J. Curtis Payne 
asked that di5cussi(» be 
delayed one we^ to give 
consumers, gasoline reta- 
ilers and other interested 
.Jiersons an opportunity to 
^jiRirar before Council. 

If approved, the ordi- 
nance would require that 
service statics operators 
post the total price of each 
grade of gasoline above the 
pump in letters at lea^ 
8 1/2 inches high. 

Those wishing to speak 
on the matter should con- 
tact the city clerk. _^ 



Manager George Hanbury. 

A city spokesman said 
many of tbe positions have 
already been filled using 
earlier funds but the ad- 
dttlcaal grant will provide 
76 jobs. 

Mererted peraons on 
ap^y to the city Pers(«- 
nel D^trtment for s«eh 
posttiMs as cleit-typists, 
library tr^nees aadl^r- 
ers. Other <q;>eaings inclu- 
de five fo^tx dispatdiers, 
niiie poiltfa officers, 11 
ttteOJ^era and others. 
Claries range from $4,896 
a year tor clerks and 



traines to 110.000 a yaar 
for an acoiurtant 

Criterto tor el^blUty 
to the program is aaev- 
fiOfmmA tor at least 30 
dan i»^or to tbe appUca- 
tton. Pr^erred coasMer- 
atioi will be glvn to per- 
sons who have exhausted 
eaenployBeat benMts, 
reterus and wel&re re- 
cipoto. 

Emfdoynetf eqirires at 
tbe end of the fiscal year, 
bat Hatfwry said efforts 
woeU be made to convert 
Maidoyes to petvaaeiit 
statu. 



mi * 


it's not hard for the 
LMgwt ftimltur* Cwiter on 
tlMEaetCoMt 

to offer you furniture, 
carpet and accessories 
at the lowest prices 
anywhere! 
Com* 8m Uil 

S324 Virfinia Beach Blvd 
Virginia Beach 




® 



SflAK HOUSE 




■'A Taste of the Old West" 

CONVENIENTLY LOCATED 
AT 1657LASKINRD. 
m VIRGINIA BEACH 



Open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.^n.-Thurs.; 
Fri. a Sat. Osien 11 to 10 p.m. 



STEAK PLATTERS 

T-Baae stack jitter w/ 
hifcedlpi^to, toeatodndl, $345 

Sutler tfaak platter w/ 

btfnd p^to, toasted nil ^O 40 

Sa Eye Sink Platter «/ 

baked potato, tmtiiti rm ^4 QQ 

I ooee dMnped steak 

^tter v/iMked potato <t -4 QQ 

touited r^, salai. «4> I -v?:? 

jMtor fhflpped steak 

platter w/baked pt^to d^ -< /I Q. 

toMted roll, salad ^ I.Hv7 

STARTMQ SUN. JULY 27 
T - Bom St«aks At 1973 Prtcesl 
Will end Aug. 3 



SANDWICHES 

Rib eye eheesesteak yi.St 

lib eye steak saMtvick... f l.4f 

Chflvped ehecseflteak. $ .N 

Chopped steak I .19 



VA. BEACH BLVD. 




LASiCIN RD 



DO 



nc 

Rani tfMfntHik am UP a 
OUT* Hydio-hOrt mnehiiie 
for afl your OBipet 
cfauuBf. Effectively I 
l i m a w w and y aMivM 

dirt, pi^ BV IW M Mi ei B - 

poo icndo* aiKi q» 
to 90% ef the mole- 
tiue in joit one alep! 




Whenyouknow 
IJ how to use the new 
long distance rates, 

talkischeapa 



AVAIUni POt IBmL 
4 HOII»— • HOU»~ 
CM OVniMOHr lASM 



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pUoilTS 




There are some things that take 
only a minute to say. Happy birthday. 
Hello. I miss you. 

And now when you take just a 
minute, you also save. 

Because now with the new inter- 
state* rates, if you dial direct, you're 
charged for juSt the minute or two you 
actually use. Instead of the first thr^, 
like bdbre. 

What it means to you is this: 

During the day you can call all the 
way to Los Aneeles, talk for a minute, 
and pay just 560. 



lalk for two minutes, and it's 
just 960. 

Or save even mcMie by calling at 
night or most (rf the weekend. 

Then one minute is only 220. 
Each additional minute, only I60. 

When everydiing else seems to be 
costing you more, you can still save. 

Just keep this coiqx>n handy, 
take a minute, and dial direa. 



@C&Pleiephone 



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NEW RATES FOR COAST-TO<»AST INTERSTATE CALLS 



•y 



dHve a ped bargdi... 



Sl{9 at your InMrnatienal HarvnMr d»il«f and 
ttk* a look at the International Pickup It a really 
araumg ttM you can own one lor aa liM* aa 

•329500 

wawnuawm nir 

Plclrap*75 



Wilti the cost of practically •verything skyrocMtng 
you II be ainazed at «vhal a bat^n •>• InternationiM 
Pickup really is. 

The International Pickup comes comply* w* 
a list of features usually found on vehiclM costing 
much more. Features like power front disc brakes, 
a cl08«d cooling syttan, alectronk: ignHion and 
much more 

And if you have any special requirements such 
off-the-road use or towing or camping, Inlarnalional 
has a list of dozens of options to choose from to 
personalize your pickup tor your exact needs. 



NORFOLK TRUCK CENTER, INC. 



.73^ ^^d«wat«r Drivt 



tKMfXlOTi 



622-3246 



DIAL-AND-SAVE OME-MlNUIl SATES 



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SERIALS SECTION 
»A STATE LIBRARY 
RXCiflOMD VA 23219 



50th Year No. 31 




City of Virginia Beach, Va. 



July 30, 1975 



15 cents 




Council accepts 
bend proposals 



City Uamger G«oree 
HuriMiry stid in an infor- 
mal wssioD befoi* Moa- 
day HgtA's City Council 
meeting, "TherecooMMi- 
dations I give to council 
iiave financial integrttyud 
liave been planned with fls- 
cal responsibility." 

"The City of Virginia 
Beach," be added, "ii a 
very stnmt financial 
city." 

The membn-s ot coun- 
cil must have believed 
Hanbury. Th^ approved 
his bond and reveoue 
sharing proposals which 
call for the city to spend 
about (20 million for cap- 
ital improvements. 

The pnckage was ap- 
proved Iqr a 9-1 vtiLe, Cou- 
ncilman Robert H. Callis 
casting the lone n^ntive 



vote. 

During the inlomal se- 
ssion, where aMwt of the 
discusskra on the Hanbury 
recommendation to(A pla- 
ce, Callis wondered if the 
city has the staff capabil- 
ity to handle the paclcage. 
"Can we administer the 
projects," he asted. 

Hanlnry replied that the 
city covM handle all the 
administrative functions 
that the bond and revraue 
sharing package would re- 
quire. 

Callis stUl wanted to 
cut parts of the recom- 
mendation, but it was ap- 
proved. 

Callis wanted fOur pro- 
jects trimmed from the 
package. They are a head- 
^larters building forsomo 



city departments, a stor-^ 
age b«dlding, a park that 
will beautify the loop at the 
south end of Atlantic Ave- 
nue and a fabrication slK^. 

Hanbury emptesized 
that thenewadministraticm 
building will alleviate tte 
overcrowded condition ot 
some city departments. 

The package •caUs fbr 
selling $13,5SO,0OO in gen- 
eral obligation bonds and 
using federal revenue- 
sharing and other binds to 
finance the onstniction of 
public buildings,ksebools, 
parks, highways aad water 
and sewer projects. 

The breakdown of the 
fiinding from the 1975 
Charter Bond Issue is: 

12,280,000 for water 
projects. 

14,203,75a tor sewer 



projects. 

$21,500,000 fbr school 
projects. 

$923,500 for highway 
projects. 

$2,694,750 fbr bifiljd- 
ing. 

$948,000 fbr parks and 
recreatton projects. 

Several Virginia Beach 
residents spoke to council, 
explaining the benefits of 
the planned Kempsville 
Community Center. 

The breakdown on fund- 
ing from 1976 Revenue 
Suring is: 

$3,309,750 for high- 
way projects. 

$1,458,250 for sewer 
projects. 

The second readii^ of 
the package is expected to 
be approved at next lion- 
day's council meeting. 



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Virginia Btach Unman FredHowehelps 
f i|^ a (fre at a city truck OMi^uhd Sat- 
urday hi^. The blaze at 14th Street and 
Paiic Awnue caused $135,000 damage. 
Ten cHy-owmed trucks were destroyed or 
hMvily imaged. 



note bf Mare Smcdoniky 



Controversy remains 
BS victims laid to rest 





y ce^ 
seek national acclaim 



By MARC aKX^OmKT 
atednl !• ne Sm 

When Ltrry Larnm, 
president of the Vir|^ 
Baidl Jayce«i, iMinMiiJ 
Tlm-sday that Usorgan- 
itttion would be worfciv 
wtth the City of Virginia 
Betcb in nominatiif the 
cMy as an Ail-American 
Glfy, he mentioned the iMv- 
■t%e the award Mid 
hriBg. ^^^ 

Mayor Curtis Pajmc nKi 
City Manager George Hu- 
bnt were there echoing 
Lorvorn's sentime^. All 
agreed that entering the 
AJl-America Cities Com- 
peOtioa spimmm by the 
IMonal Moaieiptl Leagae 
m* a gri^ kta. 

VeU, to otter ciUcs tiiat 
tam atrciriy wea the 
vmxi, ikt ba^Ka dm't 
a^penrtM tflMI. In bet, 
ttr Raleigh, tte happiness 
of beii« one of the 12 
dUes to win the award 
laat year was somewhat 
overshadowed by political 
httgling. 
When asked what has 



happ«MC<|| Kaleigfe since 
tte wiaidit of Ike award 
Betty kmhmiam. chair- 
■M of KiM^'a AU-Am- 
erican City Committee, re- 
plied, -Not mach." Quar- 
reling b^ween Am league 
oi women Vcrters aad the 
Ratelgh city government 
remltad to tte city -wash- 
tag th^ hands ot the whcrie 
thii«," she added. Mrs. 
Kaadsen is the president 
of the League of Women 
Vs*en to Saldgli. 

Wiuyag ttie award was 
alBoM aanpected since 
Raleigji didn't even send a 
sta^ delegate before the 
otaapetitioo's jury. 

Mrs. Knudsen did say 
that Vum ras a lot of 
IntivMtaa satisfaction to 
winalagthv award. 

The attvw (rf ^>encer, 
W Vaanote-aflastynr's 
wlaners, nilfttf aothtog 
retUy has cteaged to his 
city since it won the aw- 
ard. "1 don't know," May- 
or Charlu Bolpy said. 
-(Mside of advertisements 



aothiag madi has happea- 
ed.- 

LoTvwa said there to no 
dta^ of Viqtf^ Beadi 
not nslng the award, if it 
won, to its toll bendfi - 
cial value. If Virginto 
Bnch wins, "we'regoingto 
maxtmise on this thtog," 
he said. "It wUl be to- 
cloded to all the adver- 
tising.' 

"To use it to the fUl 
advantage of the city Uour 
plan," Lowom, who is 
chairman itf the All-Amer- 
iean City Steering Commit- 
tee, added. 

Lovvom said that SOO 
letters were being mailed 
to elvlc clute asking for 
suggcsttoas on civic act- 
iTfflas that can be toclad- 
ed to Viri^Bto Be«di'a no- 
mination. Private indivi- 
duals can also offer sug- 
pstions to the comnlittee. 
Lowom said the comments 
sbonU be received by mail 
or phone by Aug. 6. The 
deadline for the compiled 
list of activities to be sent 



to New York is Sept. 15. 

Cities are chosen for 
the award <m the merit of 
todr cMc acttvUes aad 
citizen tovolvemeot. 

A mailman of 22 final- 
ists are chosen by an Im- 
partial screening commit- 
tee. The ftoalists are to- 
vited to send a delegatioa 
to the Nattoaal Coafereaee 
on Goverament to CUa^o 
Nov. 16-19 to a<ldress the 
AU-America Cities Jury 
of 12 leaders to govera- 
metit, business, educattoa 
aad dvie ^aira. Dr. Geo- 
rge Galli9, ^airman of 
the AoMTieaa Inatttale «rf 
PubUc Optotoa to tte lare- 
maairfttejary. 

Vlrgtoto Beach wm hoo- 
orabto meatfcm to thecom- 
petttioa toe last tine tt 
entered, sU years ago. 

^Hs»s or groq>s irttfc 
sinesti<»s 00 ai^vlties 
to sead to with theaomina- 
Uon can call 427-4111 or 
write to the city's puUic 
informatioo department. 



Sqarate toaeral send- 
ees were held Moaday for 
Kevto Baag, 21, aad Frank 
Miller Jr.. 22, the two men 
police believe were killed 
to a car accident Jnne 14. 

Stoce the man disap- 
pearence on that same da- 
te, a great deal of contro- 
versy has sunouaded the 
iovest^ttoe. Ev«i tboogh 
tte mea have been laid to 
rest, tte coatroversy eaa- 
ttoues. 

According to police, the 
two men died to a car ac- 
ddeat iavcdvtog two cars 
at General BooQi Boale- 
vard and Proqwrity Road. 
Ilie impact of tte collis- 
ion, police say, threw the 
mn out tte rear window 
of a car drivra by 17- 
year-(dd Cteryl Haydea ^ 
Hmrico County. Her twto 
sister Cynthto was a pas- 
senger in tte fron seat of 



ttaoi^. 

tW drtver el tte Mcand 
car was Dou^as Mall, 27 
a Nintelk bub. 

According to a police 
accideat report, tte Hay- 
den car was driving south 
OB General Booth Boule- 
vard, ^rted to turn ri- 
gtrt on Prosperity Road, 
then swerved back to tte 
left. Hall's car, driving 
behind tte girls automo- 
bile, hit the car broad- 
side, knocking it ofl tte 
road. 

Hall claimed July 23 
ttet be did not see the two 
men at tte scene ot tte 
accident. 

However, he admitted 
ttet visibility was poor at- 
tte time of toe accident. If 
he did know toe men were 
ttere. Hall said, he would 
teve tcdd tte police. 

The twto girls claimed 
ttet toey scarcely knew 
tte men ttey hMl met 



•asMr 4».aa ni|^ and 
tetfevMlif ftodtteibt- 
ddaatseeae. 
PtdiMtelteeettegirrs 



Chi Ttarsday, Rotert L. 
Haag, Xevto's toUer spoke 
op. A missionary, tte el- 
<ter Haag ted left tte state 
shortly after his son's dis- 
appearace. Haag said be 
did not telieve the police 
explanation of the d«itte. 
He claimed ttere was no 
evidence other than coto- 
cidentol and circumstan- 
tial ttet would support tte 
police account. 

Tte police were study- 
ing huian hair they fbund 
along tte edge of the wto- 
dow ttey telieved the men 
flew out. They iaped this 
would verify their coaclu- 
slon. 

Police will send tteir 
final r^Mrt on the ac- 
cident to toe Traffic In- 



ffWrta, at My ^estet a 

however, are not adm^s- 
aUe as evklace to Vlr- 
gtoto courts. 

A University of Mich- 
igan expert in traffic-ac- 
drat reconstruction said 
Thursday ttet it would te 
unltoely stotisticaUy ttet 
Haag and Miller died to 
the traffic accident, but 

ttet it was not impossiUe. 

Kevin Haag's mc^ter, 
Mrs. Nora Mary Bang 
Thursday filed a $750,000 
suit against the drivers of 
both cars tovolved to tte 
June 14 accident. 

Doogtos Hall earltor hui 
filed a $15,000 personal- 
tojury suit against Cteryl 
Hayden, claiming she al- 
lededly ran a stop sign 
daring tte accident. 

Tte suito are eq>ected 
to answer the questions 
surrounding toe deatte. 



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moves 
fast ^ 



A Virginia Bnch residert sold ter pi^py in a flash 
with a recent Sun want ad. 

"Tte smalter paper se^ss to do better," said 
Mri. D.L. J<*Bson M 352 Ctt^faa Drive, "tt U 
easier to read sad to read more ttoreughly." 

Mrs. JduMa said ste tried advertsing elsewtere 
twrt sold ter p^iy r^ away after ^adng tte fol- 
lowi^ ad to toe iaa: 

SW TZU Dippy, male, 
M^ mt MMc and wry 
teHUM, amcttoaate pet. 
4 maMte old, msoaaUe 
ternn tor infonratlon call 
4M-19M. 



Tte Sm can m>rfc tor you. Call 486-3430. 



Water users 
must register 



Users oi more than 
50,000 galloss of ground- 
water per day in Southeas- 
tern Virginto have until 
Aug. 26 to file r^istration 
stitem»As wito tte State 
Water QMrrt Board. 

R^istration of wells to 
ttis area is re<pired by 
tte General Assembly's 
Groundwater Act of 1973 
and rules aitopted by the 
board in May, 1974 Tte 
requirement became ef- 
fective when the board's 
declaration of five coun- 
ties and seven cities 
inclwling Virgtoto B»ch, 
as a critical grondwater 
am was put to motion Feb. 
U. 

Tta ipVMdwaler tow 
pve tayone ctoimlng a 
r^t to mse g^eadwater 
I* Mite to Ote a regn- 
tntkw statement as evid- 
ence of that r%M. 

Registratkw stotMiMU 
are K^ required Inr ^ri- 
cnttural and llv^toA par- 
poses, lor human eoKvmp- 
liM or domestic pnrpmK 



or for any single indus- 
trial or commercial pur- 
pose to an amount not ex- 
ceedii^ 50,000 gallcms a 
day. 

Two ropies of tte nota- 
rized statement must te 
sent with a $5 fee for each 
well to the State Water C<w- 
trol Board's headquarters 
in Richmond. Aftarccord- 
ii% tte statement, the agen- 
cy wiU issue a certificate 
of gnEMMdwater right, also 
for a $5 fee. In case the 
statement is defective, it 
will te returned for corr- 
ectkm and toe grmindwater 
user can r^rtmit it wlthto 
M days or a period Qwte- 
arl may allow, ^toaytar. 

AqK»e toiltoftoragto- 
ter Wf Aug. U may file 
wttfcto rae year a p^ttlon 
wtt'tte Bwr# ' W<|Btittog 
ttet ah (^yorto^ te giv- 
en to nM tte pr»iaq>- 
tiM ttet te tes abandoned 
htoctotoi. 

Tte heard viU decide on 
a p^k h^trtag (tote <» 
ttep^ttiM. 



Price of 
gas will be 



posted says 



city council 




City CoaacU Monday night approved a Uw re- 
quiring ail gasoline prices to Virgima Beach to te 
promiaoM^ dM^yed. 4 

Mayor J. Curtis Payne cited an "overwtelming 
eomttn of tte city on gas prices" as tte ordinance 
was passMi with an 8-2 vote, « 

The new Uw sttoulates ttet all gas prices must 
te dispUyed on s^ns containii« at least 100 S4piare 
inctes (rf siga am. The sign wiU mt extend more 
than IS inches above tte tt^ of a gasoUne pump, 
according to toe Uw. Tte Uw also rei^ires ttet 
all lettering steU te at Irast 8 1/2 inctes high with 
a stroke widto of at least one indi. 



Gas prices must he posted by Aug. 21. 

to addition, dUfermt gas grades must teve tteir 
req>ective prices dtopUyed, tte ordinance states. 

Dealers will te required to keep up wito price 
Ganges, regardless of frequency of occurrence 

Councilmen Jote R. Griffto and Dr. J. Henry McCoy 
voted no on tte tow. Griffin cUimed ttet most sta- 
tins alr«Kiy disiriay ps prices. 

McCoy added ttet tte ordinance was "an tovasioi 
of free enterprize. 

Tte new Uw to based w one remrtly encted 
to Fairfax County. 

Tte <totdllae tor operator complUace wito tte new 
Uw is Aug. 21. 



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iary LornisDury. president ortneuun- 
barton Civic Lea^e, presents the grand 
prize, a $5 gift certificate book from Mc- 
Donald's on Princess Anne Road, to win- 
ner Valerie Smith (kiring a carnival to 
raise fundsfor Muscular Dystrophy. Val- 
erie won the prize in a drawing. The car- 
nival was hostessed byLori, 12,andCin- 
dy Lance, 10. The girls are the dau^ters 
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Lance of 4687 
Steeple Chase Drive, Virginia Beach. The 
carnival netted $65 for Muscular Dystro- 
phy and was attended by about 75 children. 
Order forms for the Muscular Dystrophy 
carnivals are available at all Tidewater 
McDonald's stores. 




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Engagement 



Mr. and Mrs. C. Dale 
Fox of 426 ColoDjr Court 
Wyckoff, N. J. announce 
the engagement of their 
dai«hter, Challis M. to 
Mr. H. AUei Prillamaa, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 
Nicholas Prillaman of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Miss Fox is a gra^iMe 



of Ramapo High School, 
Franklin Lakes, N. J. 
and Lynch burg College 
in Virginia. Mr. Prilla- 
man is a graduate of Tho- 
aas Jdleraon High 
Sctool, RiehBioad VA and 
Lyw^nrg.Qdlege. 

The wedttug ibte has 
ben set iot Dec. 6. 



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a few seconds . . . and tlien tliey're gone. 

You can pick up your weekly newspaper anytime . . . after a little nap, 
after a visit on the telephone, after a day with friends or relatives . . . and 
the news is still there waiting for you. 

The Virginia Beach Sun will be filled with local news items, too. News 
about your friends and neighbors in detail . . . something television and 
radio can't do, something other papers often overlook. 

Community news is our reason for existing . . . and the reason most 
families around here buy this newspaoer week after week. No other 
medium can match |he Sun for in-depth coverage given to happenings of 
local intm'est . . . nO other medium can clahn the attention this newspaper 
receives, over and over again, from the grass-roots Virginia Beach 

resident. We are proud of that . . Tproud to be the conununlty's 
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News Briefs 



Conviction sfic/rs 



Fotlowliii wKontradicted testimony which inUcited 
uut be cgrsed and battled ^Ice, Norfolk Commoo- 
w^tb's Atty. JoseiA H. Campbell decided to droptiis 
appeal of a c(»viction on public drunkeness charf es. 

Cai^ibeU paid a $10 fiae and court costs. 

The tt-jr^r-old prosecutor was arrested nrly Jan. 
30 in tk« Holiday loo at 717 S. Military Highway after 
he refeued to pay tor a room. 

It wai the third time in two years that Campbell bad 
be«i arrested in Virginia Beach. He was convicted of 
reckless driTing and public drunkeness in tbe first 
two eases. 



City to get funds 



Virginia Beacb will receive an>rozimately 
|2,9U,431 tbis year tor street maintenance. The 
money is the city's allotment of the estimated |27.7 
million taken from state highway user tax funds for 
aU of VirginU. 

The maintenance payments for the state are in ad- 
(ktion to the $50.1 mllUon allocated earlier by tbe 
State Highway and Transportation Commission for 
construction improvements m tbe urban street sys- 
tem and the I1S.9 million apportioned for aid to urban 
mass transit. 

Virginia Beach's aUotmentlast year was ^,900,S60. 



Atliiete ci^arged 



David Vaughn, the ViriocU Squires basketball pUy- 
er who was dot My 23 fajr a rookie police woman 
in Chesapeake tollowiag a wild car dase, was ar- 
rested July 22 In Virginia Beach for indecent ex- 
posure. 

Re yas arrested ootsUe Us CljFdndale Laae home 
in Drilege Part weartai onlv a t-shiit. 

Vangiu has beta ehuvM *tth H courts of brok- 
ing the law, tadotHag atteniited lavrder. 

He was treiUcd for an abdomlMl ballet vond at 
Norfolk General Hoqiita] where he is in aati^c- 
tory eondttiw. 



Classes moved 



Becansc of an increase in stodort enrollment, Ti- 
dewater Coflmuiity College (TCC) will bold classes al 
Camp Podleton, a National Curd facility 10 nilM 
frMS the TCC main campus, for about I.OOO studeots. 
. is sinqdy not ewx^h room at TCC's campus 

h?td^09 sti^s wilf enrbn at the sek- 
ool in September, compared to last year's S.COO en- 
r^neat. 



Whale ashore 



A huge haaoback whale washed aidiore li Ft. 
StOTj Salarday dKht. 

ne SmiHiniSaii butttotioi in Washii«toB sMt 
scieatlsU Soaday to nmrne pail of the aaimal's 
head for stefy. -"v,^ , 

The vfeale wMh^'^hore aear 31st Street oa 
the beses's beach tf I6:3^.m. 




The Sun, July 3U, 1975 - A-3 



Perhaps she's reliving a 
favorite fairy tale or won- 
dering when it will stop 
raining so she can go out- 
side to play. Darlene 
Brown, 5, ttie daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 



Sun staff photo 

R. Brown of 3245 Club 
House Road, Virginia 
Beach, is lost in thou^t 
as she rests her head drea- 
nf)ily against the back of 
a chair. 



Flying objects questioned 



Flyug, saucer-shaped 
objects have been sighted 
over tbe city's beaches and 
City Council is searching 
for a means to stop tbe 
aerial menace. 

The flying objecU are 
frisbees. Monday night City 
Council failed to adopt an 
ordinance that would allow 
lifeguards to dlscounge 
the use of frisbees and tall 
playing on the beach from 
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from 
Memorial Day to Labor 
Day. 

Councilman R<d>ert B- 
Cromwell said, "I doo't 
think this ordinance does 
anything." 

"1 can envision lults 
against tbe city of Virtlnla 
B^ch," he added, EuJUng 
that the ordinance does not 
make frisbee use illagal 
and that trying to enforce 
such a weak Ordinance 
might leave the city liable 
to law suits. 

CNher councilmen also 
were against the ordinance 
in its preseirt form. 

Cromwell si^gested an- 



other, stronger worded or- 
dinance should be written. 
The subject of frisbee 



use was carried over for 
further discussion by cou- 
ncU. 




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CIVIC CENTER 

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Pick up your entry pMtcards now. 
Register to win a beautiful full sized 
Tidewater Metro Transit beach towel 
with a be»:h bag for carrying it. Your 
entry pMicards may be picked up at 
any Tidewater Metro Transit ticket stop 
locatk>n in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, or 
Chesapeake. 

Transit riding is easier when you 
use convenient Ticket Books. 
You always have the right 
change for your ride. One and 
two zone tickets are availal>le 
for Norfolk and Chesapeake 
rides. Virginia Beach 
service tickets are sold 
in 35< and 65« denomi- 
nations. Change may I 
added to tickets for longer 
rides. 

MttolansK 




The following civic-minded 
butineases sell Tidewater Metro 
Transit tickets and have the entry 
cards available. There is nothing to 
buy, so mail in your entry today. 

• SMITH & V^ELTON 3(X) Granby Street 

— Wards Corner • CITIZENS TRUST 
BANK 6330 Newtown Road • HUMAN 
RESOURCES CENTER Crestwood, 
Chesapeake • NORFOLK CENTRAL 
YMCA 312 West Bute Street • OCEAN 
VIEW STATION 101 West Ocean View 
Ave. • N^VAL BASE Norfolk Supply 
Center. BIdg. W.143. Credit Union • 
BANK OF VIRGINIA 500 Plume Street 

— 21st and Granby Streets — Military 
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Virginia government what 
social services they want 
to see offered in their co- 
mmunities. 

The new law requires 
each state to advertise its 
proposed social services 
program in newspapers 
every year Then the state 
must give its citizens an 
OKwrtnnity to comment !»- 
fore each proeram is put 
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make social service pro- 
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local needs and make the 



Mate accountable to the 
public rather than the fed- 
eral government. 

Each state decides for 
itself which services to 
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The new law is Title XX 
of the Social Security Act, 
signed by President Ford 
Jan, 4. It calls for the sta- 
tes rather than the federal 
government to decide what 
services to offer, who is 
eligible and Imw the ser- 
vices will be distributed 
in each state. 

Virginia had to announ- 
ce their social services 
plan by July2. Individuals 
aiKi organizations liave 45 
days from that date to get 



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choice as to what servii;es 
will be offered and where. 

However, federal money 
available to the stale isaot 
changed. Under a cciitiiiu- : 
ing 1972 law, anatioaaUm- 
nual ceiling of $2 5 billion 
in federal expenditures was 
established for soeiai ser- 
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Commen t 

Ordinance a 
good move 



The Virginia B«idi CityCoalctlstoQldlwaiiidawied 
for approving an ofdiiBaBce lifit jrill raialre all gas 
prtees to be displajrcd. '^ 

The cttiiens of Vir^nla BMCh are still r««DTerinc 
froin la^ jmr'sprtee-boo^iHK escapades wUcii<toM( 
appear to be tke ksi vord from the oil companies. As 
a result of such reUtively Ugh gas grices Virgitia 
Beach consumers must shopfn* gaaasdiscrimtaiateljr 
as they would sh<^ IDr food afld cleOies. 

It is agreed that the large majority of stations in the 
area do post price sips, tnt the consumer must be 
protei^ed from the few wlio«o«M take advantage of Ok 
confusion cause by incorrect signs or m signs at all. 

The recent cosmU actkw is a sign that Virginia 
Beach is lo(4tlBg out for the consumer. 



Your 
newspaper 



The Sun is the only new^aper in Virginia Beach 
that directs its acws and feature coverage at the 
city ak>ne. BecaoM of this policy The Sun can qiwnd 
the time and e^ri which is necessary to do Justice 
to the citisees of tbls city. 

But, we need yoor help. Tills is your nmrspaper. 
The peoiAe tS Virfinla Beach are tiw greatest source 
of ideas and commoits abo«A the city. Too many 
times peoide have inipiHiafll ddags to say, hat ke^ 
It to themselves tweanae Aey tUnk ttat they have 
■0 way of conveying their tboi^tfs. 

The Sua is the way (^ luting your fellow dtiseas 
know what U wroog o^ ^gbt about Virginia Beack. 
This newqiajper Ims the means of conveying Import- 
ant comm^. You, the reacters, have that important 
comment. Let's get together. We waM to portray 
Virginia Beach as Virginia Beach sees it. 



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Sun EditM-: 

As aCityCoaacilraanand 
a volunteer riscw wofter 
for almost twetity years, I 
feel it incnmbeirt 190a .me 
to attempt to eqriain a pos- 
sible misinter^^atlm of 
recent action taken by City 
Cowcil, en reeonoMiida- 
tim of tte Ctty ttanager, to 
hire atnll-timeEawi^iaacy 
MeiBcal Sotleas coofdi- 
nator. 

The City's aidorMBent 
and siqvortctfthis program 
should in no way be-ioter- 
preted as the Ctty'sinfrin- 
gMimit or encroachniMtor 
take over of the volunteer 
resche s(p«ls. Just as the 
V City Manager stated in his 
f reco«a#tibUon to Coun- 
cil, Wt'prtkrara 'MH es- 
tablish the trataiagtorvdr 
unteers and iSDecestaryia 
order ttat thcemployectof 
the traiBiag sarvicenaybe 
assured of the same secur- 
ity ami fringe benefits (rf 



taj odier city employee. 

- Ttey are full-time empto- 
yecs and as snch, caatolag 
together coordination ud 
adttiairtraUve activmet 
thM are naeesaary to carry 
on aa effective training 
program. 

He volmdeers wOl am 
aeed the sqvmt of thectt- 

. isens of VirgiBia Beach in 
tend raising campaigns lor 
ttepardiaae (rf eqa^mMat, 
snch as resqwtaiibnlaaces 
aad the very opensive res- 
cue e^p4»eiii. The need 

-for tmltmtaers in this ctty 
eoaUaoes, and I am ssre 
will oontimie in the Mare. 
It is the City Council's de- 
sire to blend the entlmsia- 
m aMi dwUcatka of the 
wQiaaUers with theproles- 
sional knowledge that afkiL 
time training otOem can 
provide. 

Floyd E. Waterfidd 
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BiMtaMS Manigar: TONY ELLER 
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Hospital staffer Bert Ellis (left) looks 
CMVt mode-an^dent victiini^niiyt E^ton 
«^ was brought in by Chuck Bcmson 
of the Princess Anne Courthouse res- 
cue squad. 



Baysiite Hos|ittal was oa alert July 23. Narses, 
doctors and terhnlrians senrried afaoot the hoqiital 
gronads at 100 Indepcadeacc Blvd. daring a mock 
disaster drill. 

Tke koqittal simalated a has eaplosioa tevdviag 
25 people. Sesene sqnads from Owaapeake Baadi, 
Dair's Cwner ud Princess Anne Courtkonse par- 
ticipated in tte drill which took place entirely oa 
the hospital grooads. 

As. if tkey were aetaally aoUfled in a real acd- 
dent, tke moM Miaads took off fran oae end of tte 
kospital to Ike mock ^Usa^r seeee at the otker ead. 
Tkere patients were atuied aecordiag to severityef 
lajary aad brought to the hos|4tal's emergency room. 

At the emergency room a anrse raaaned a station 
at the door and directed tte flow (A mock victims into 



tnekoqittal. 

Ilie patients were notactnallytreated.bntwerepro- 
cessed to tke poiM of IdidUng tkem according to tte 
various departments they would be sent to ia a real 
alert. 

Londoa D. Yaatis, materials maaager for tke koa- 
pital, ite dire<«ed tte drill, saki tt was part of tke 
coatiiming edMatton iHVgram at Bayside Hospttal. 

"What we have done kere is formulated a dis- 
aster piaa tkat will fit ow a eapabUtties," ke es- 



'9e cu kaadle mo^ diaasters," Ircae Romero, 
asdstut director of aarstag, added. 

Tke kosfdtal also jvactlcM fire drills and life- 
saving drills for patteata suffering cardiac attacks 
and otker severe arrests. 



Li'l Abner 
recreated by 
Little Theatre 

AI Capp's famoaa diara^na Were Mmaated oa 
kage at the opealH f* 0» MrioU 'U'l I^mr' 
at tke LttUe Tkc^ra of V^^B«^ Fritey aMt. 
Tke (Htidnctioa was wtf -dm, IkevirlonnaBcesa&ve 
aad the auAence n^one ms eawntestte. 

The otlre cast perttnted widl,kaltteperfsrmaa- 
CM of John Wilsoa ia the tltte itia. Hark Badgku 
as Marryia' Sam airf Eddie Smtth tttteMaall part 
of Evil Eye Flea^ wwe parttedary notewortky. 

Tke cast is a rdattwrty aeaeoned grei9, aonekav- 
iag eiteasive actiag txfkimeie. 

The Panama aad Ftttk nMlaUcemedy, wttkmnie 
aad lyrics i^ Jotai? ttocer ud Geae DePud, 
tells tte story of tte roauee between AbaerToinB 
aad Daisy Mae Scn«|. tatertwiaed in the story is 
the effort by tte ettlxeos ot Dogpatch as tte testing 
stte for aa atomic boab. 

Tke Little Theatre prahtrttoa wiU cosine aa 
oteaded run ndi WedaMday throagk Satarday aatil 
Aag. 23. Cntaia tUne il 1:45 p.m. Ticket prices 
are I3.7S for aikilta aad ^ fin- atadenU. TickeU 
can be purchased at tke dom- <»■ in advance by eall- 
iag 421-9523. Groiv ratn are avalUde. 







Publitfled evwry Wednesday by Byerty 
Pukiicatians witti main office located 
at IW-flaaaiTiDnt Rd., Virginia Beach, 
Va. SeoowJ class po*^|a •* paid at 
LynnfMwen '.Mation in Virfinia Baadi. 
For all a » p»rtmm% , telephone 411-3436. 



A. [^mis Merklin^^f O.M.D. 

Profeantmal AaneMnon 
b PiMwd T« Aa ai B a ci Tie A ii i ri i H m Of 

Bonald L. ReMUhal DJiA 

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J(^ Wilson (n^) ^>peat-s as Li'l 
AiNier and Mark HtKJgins portrays Mar- 
ryin' Sam in tJw Little Theatre of Vir- 
ginia Beach production of the niusical- 
coniedy "Li'l Abner. 



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This winter Bonnie Crotttwrs plans to 
spend nmidi cH her time in the upstairs 
sewing room <rf her three-bedroom Green 
Run hnne. 

"I'm going to turn down ttie furnace 
and take a space heater vp there 
with flw," said Mrs. Crottwrs, who has 
had a laatt one re^nl electric bill from 
Vepo) which was highar than her mor- 
tgate payment. 

She and her hu^and, ^xk, a offimpu- 
tor progr^miiMr analyzer, live in a two 
story, all-electric house at 3S32 Plum 
Cr^Kent. 

Living with little heat in the winter is 
not ttte only mMsure the Crothers have 
taken to cwiserve electricity Midtfiareby 
try to keep the lid on ttwir Vq»cobill. 
Mrs. Crottwrs said ^ doBvn'i iMe her 
diriNvasher at all, does double loath in 
her ctotties wwrtier and has her water 
heater faimed down as low m it will go. 

In .tanuaiv, the Crothers received a 
Vepco bill for 63 days totaling $^6.10. 
"Thafs when I really started ^ring to 
cut bade, and then we get this," said 
Mrs. Crottiei^ presMitiiHi a second Vep- 
co bill, this OM ^y^ring SB days butfor 
$^6.92. 

Now, like everyone else, the Crottiers 
are billed .monttily. Their April bill was 
for $106.52 for 33 days. 

Mrs. Crothen ^reads ttie blame for 
hi(^ electric rates. "I drn'tttunk anyone 
person in at V^>co could iMve made the 
bills go so hi^i." she said, '^ul," she 
added. "I don't thiiit the state is beini 
re^mttiMe indealingwithttieprdtlwn.' 

So until s<Miiettiing is done, Mrs. Cro- 
thers said this winter ^hm will keep her 
ttienm»tat at 65 degrees or below and 
try to be corhfort^lv in the sewing niom. 




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Beach Sports 




Mrs. Bartrm has been teaching swim- 
ming to adults as well as youngsters 
for 2X1 years. She teaches now at the 
Norfolk YMCA. 



'What I have taught 
these ladles Is the 
basic Red Cross 
beginner course. 

Once they're finished 
It, they're supposed to 

be able to take care of 
themselves In deep 
water.' 

"Mrs. Eileen Bartron 



Beach teacher says 
you're never too old 




Rosa Sinclair, once afraid of water, 
braces herself for a solitary trip 
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Sim Staff Writer 

Fear ol water, and in particular, the irrational fear 
many people liave of swimming in deep water, is one of 
a numl)eroffrailities built into the human system. Most 
live with their particular iiane for all lives Mrs. Eileen 
BartroD, of 33^0 Belmont Court in Virginin Ppach, pre- 
fers teachlr^^ople to help overcomi- fears Hi water. 
For tlie past two weeks she's t)een holding classes for 
eight ladies at the tome of Mrs. Claudia Nettles at 
300 Kemp Lane in Chesapeake. 

After ID lessons, Mrs Bartron's ladies -- at least 
one of whom had never been able to so much ii ap - 
proacb water any deeper than bathtub-deep -- were 
swimming with ease around the Nettle stackyard pool 
One end of the pool dives to a 15-foot depth. 

"I used to t>e petrified of the water, " say$ Mrs. Pat 
Everton ofChesapeake. "There was just nowhere for us 
to learn." 

"She (Mrs. Bartron) has just got it,' says Rosa 
Sinclair, another member of the informal a«iinming 
class.' "She's very calm and reassuring. I never thought 
I'd dive in nine feet of water." 

Mrs. Bartron is active in the Norfolk YMCA's swim- 
ming {ntJgram, and has l>een active in teaching swim- 
ming for the past 20 years. Last month, she taught a 
class of more than 80 Tidewater 4th graders bow to 
swim and handle themselves in deep water. She came 
in contact with a good many of the children's mothers 
discovered how many of tbem could not swim becaqse of 
fear of water and organized her class at Mrs. Nettles' 
pool. 

"She had the pool so we had to let ber in," laughs 
Mrs. Bartron. 

Most of tbe ladies In Mrs. Bartron's class are mid- 
dle-aged housewives who had avoided the water out of 
a psychological fear of it, or because they had had lit- 
tle time to learn to swim and nowhere to practice on 
t<9 of that. 

"She's teaching ladies up to 49-years-old," says 
Mrs. Nettles, adding discreetly, "1 won't say who that 
is, though." 
. .. /.'-lUsisdrtiKlrartrw tMcfrold dogs ww tricks," one 
i^ss member said while lounging in the pool. 

"Not old dogs, old women," another corrected' with 
a lauKk. 

Mrs. Bartron i>egins ber adult classes with the ladies 
hanging onto the sideof the pool and practicing kicking, 
an important part of learning swimming technique. 
Next, she gets them to cross thepool from one side to 
the otter --on their tacks. 

"Most people have a difficult time learning this," she 
nplains. ' "There's somet(iing about gettii^ water in the 
nose " 

Probably the most harrowing part oftheclass -- they 
generally last one hour each day — comes when each of 
the women in the class must plunge into the deep part of 
the pool and swim to the far end unassisted. Judy Net- 
tles, 15, stands by with a long pole just in case. 

"What I have taught these ladies is the basic Red 
Cross i>eginner course," comments Mrs. Bartron. 
"Once they've finished it, they're supposed to be able 
to take care <rf themselves in deep water. " 

Whether or not the eight women enrolled in Mrs. 
Bartron's informal swimmii^ course could traverse 
the English Channel is dout^ful but their confidence in 
themselves has been boosted tremendously by their 
teacher's patlmce and skill. 

"I definitely feel more at ease in the water now," 
says Mrs. Jeaa Barlow, also-of Chesapeake. 

"We all agree that if it wasn't for Mrs. Bartron, 
we wouldn't tie in the water at all," said another mem- 
ber of the class. 



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Like a drill sergeant inspecting the 
troops, Mrs. Bartron watches her pu- 
pils at work in the Nettles' pool. 



Mrs. Everton goes a step farther in recommending 
swimming courses for adults. She believes that swim- 
ming instructkin should l>e a basic part of every child's 
schookc«rrt^lun\ ,1,- begipt^ijgiatjhe youngest po&ji^ 
ble stage of development. "There's more to life than 
reading, writing and arithmetic," she says. 'Wouldn't 
it be nice if this new Indian River elementary school 
had a pool so we could teach these kids early? That's 
what I'm pushing " 

Most of Mrs. Bartron's pupils, though, are elated at 
discovering a part of themselves hidden till now under 
a thick hide of childhood fears. As Mrs. Nettles said 
at the finish of the course, "We figure she's donea 
good job." 



'There's more to life 
than reading, writing 
and arithmetic. Wouldn't 
It be nice If... we could 
teach this to kids early?' 
— Mrs. Pat Everton 



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Beach youngsters win in 
playground volleyball, chess 



Witb tbe VirKinia Brach 
D^Brtment o( Parks and 
Recreation summer play- 
irottiid& profram in full 
swing, idaycremd cbamps 
in both girl's Ucktall and 
in chess were determined 
in cMnpetitum involving 
more tlian 200 yoongsters 
from all over the city. 

July 17 more tkan 100 
girls from 10 city play- 
grounds competed for re- 
gional honors in kicklall, 
and Princess Anne, Lox- 
lOrd, S^tack and College 
Part were each chosen to 



advance to the semifinals 
ft)r the city title. The 
championship games were 
played July 22 at Lyno- 
haven. Luiford lost toSei- 
tack and Collegia Park 
knocked off Princess Affile 
in the semifinal play. Col- 
lege Park defeated Seatack 
in the finals, ll-4,toelaim 
the title and remain on top 
(rf the City-wide Events 
L^igue with 235 points. 
Priacss Anne, in sec(»d 
place overall, has 154 
poiJrts. 



The memlwrs of the win- 
ning Cdlege Park team in- 
cluded: Sonia Willis; Pam 
Scott; Karen HataM; Cice 
HigUower, Bttfe Heattm; 
KIM Anderson; Denise 
WhMlton; Sherry Es^y; 
Terry Tatem; Jennifer 
Chabot; Kem Chabot; and 
Terry Gross. 

The Chess conpeUtkM 
opened July 21 wlUi 89 
boys and girU from 17 
ctty {dajrgrounds entered. 
Childra competed in three 
age groq» with a boy and 
girl regioul champ sel- 



ected. In the finals, July 
22 at llatM Chris BrM- 
aer and Ssst* Bowman em- 
er^ as the champs in 
ttw 9-yrars-old and unter 
daw. Bowman is from 
ftM-O-Vim, Breniwr 
from Kempsvllle. 

Tbe 11-and-mder boy's 
Utte was claimed by Col- 
tagt Park's Bruce Pearl, 
wfcUe the girl's title in 
that ategory went to Jan- 
ice Tarves of Halibu. 

In IS-and-QBder boy's 
dms competition, Greg 
ZambelU of College Park 



was uMMd winner while 
Tana Dtautco ai Brook- 
wood woo ia the girl's eat- 
pimrv of fhflt ar* PTt*^ 
After five city-wMe ev- 
cats is the sammer day- 
gnMMls gngnatj Pern- 
bnri» If eadovs, Ungrtoa 
and Tivrtwood rale cm- 
pettag ptayfroads, all 
setMrlng mat than 100 
pirtats tint far. Cooke 
naks last of the 21 aniU 
with jut two points. The 
other evMts indwMeoB- ' 
petitlaa Is i^-poog, vol- ^ 
leybtU and tennis. 



SO football 
officials to 
meet at Beach 



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Sm photo by Steve Biondo 

Don't mess with Mother Nature 

High seas prevented the first ruming 
of the Oceans Hobie Cat Regatta Sat- 
urday at 40th Street on the beach. A 
wedcend storm whipped the normally 
placid seafront into a frenzy of six- 
foot swells, forcing cancellation of the 
regatta till ttiis Saturday. Starting time 
is set for 1 p.m. The boat in foreigrowid 
belongs to Hampton's Gary Bowdie, who 
had a longtriphomebecauseofthewinds. 







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Southern Conference 
football officials from six 
states will descovl oo Vir- 
ginia Beach Aug. 19 aod 16 
for their annual otltciat- 
ing clinic at the Mariner 
Motel, 57th Street and At- 
lantic Avenue. 

More ttan 30 (Petals 
from Virginia, North Car- 
olina, South Carolina, 
Pennsylvania, T«messee 
and Maryland wUl attend 
the two-day affair, which 
will include two sessions 
dally covering topics such 
as conference rules chan- 
ges, studycrfthe rules man- 
ual and conference rules 
eumination to be takoi 
bf an participating of - 
ficials. The clinic also in- 
cludes a 1-miIe run and 
practice in practical play 
situations for the (^cials 
to pr^aration tor the q>- 



comiDg football season. 

Tbe clinic will conclude 
with a dinner Saturday ev- 
eaing for the officials 
Guest speaker will be a 
Soothem Conference head 
football coach, as yet un- 
announced. Tbe amnal Syl- 
via E. Shirley SUver Whis- 
tle Award will be present- 
ed ai that ttane. 

Tbe five position spools 
of the clinic will Bn nper- 
viscd by the oonfereact 
crew ddOs. Nelson Har- 
v^, of Arlington, wUl n- 
pervise tbe referees; Nidc 
Ognovich, of Matthews, N. 
C, the umpires; Bill Mich- 
ael, of Fairfax, the lines- 
moi; Harry Bushkar, of 
Roanoke, the field Judges; 
and Dick Goodman, at Me- 
chanicsville, the back Jad- 
ges. 



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pet. 

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Beach girl 
first to 

win award Hockey buffs, ages 



Virginia Beach girl 

lyy hecame the first 

female to win a $1,000 ath- 



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letic scholarshw from the 
Norfolk Sports CliA). 

Sharon Quinn. 18, a pre- 
mier field hottey player 
for Bavside High School the 
last mree years, was 
named as ooe of the four 
rec^ents «rf tbe sdiolar- 
shipn awarded annually by 
the qiorts clribtoontstand- 
ing scholastic athletes in 
the Tidewater area. 

Onina. a recent grutaate 
of Bayside, ^aas on atten- 
din Old Dofflinioe Uni- 
verstty in the faU and ma- 
joring in physical educa- 
tion. She won her scholar- 
ship in competttion with 
50 other applicants, all but 
five of them male. 



6 to 19, needed 
to start teams 



The Virginia Red Wii«s 
may be ancient history Imt 
Junbr ice hockey in Vir- 
ginia Beach and the Tide- 
water area is just begin- 
ning. 

The Greater Tkiewater 
Minor Hockey Association 



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by Joe Fava, is 
kxddi« for boys and ^rts 
betwea the ages <rf 6 and 
19 interested in idayiag 
or learning to play ice 
hockey. Players should 
coitfact ooe of three peo- 
ple in the process of or- 
ganising minor hock^ 
teams in the area: EdDcur- 
bom, at 497-0566; Sue 
Wyss, at 567-2025; or 
Fava, at 461-2093. 

The organization is al- 
so in need of conches, of- 
ficials and other svport- 
ing personnel to get tbe lea- 
gue on tts feet. Interested 
adults shimld contact Jack 
Hayes at 499-3219. 




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In the eye of the beholder . . . 



A fascination bom of love for the game 
takes hold of a young pinball wizard 
Thursday evening during the pinball 
tournament at ttie Alan B. Shepherd 
Civic Center on 22nd Street in Vir- 
ginia Beach. Contestants ivjmberiftg in 
the hixidreds vied for the prizes tan- 
talizing ttie fan above. Prizes included 
a 16-foot hobie cat sailboat. 




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Late clinic 

registration 

slated 



A late registr^ion aes- 
sfa» for Princess Anne 
coach LeoAnttony's sev- 
enth onml Vir^ria Beadi 
Bariwttall (^oqi wUl he 
&ndny from 2 p.B to 5 
p.m. In the Star of tl» Sea 
Recr^tioo Cent^gyaua- 
sium at IStti Street and 
Padfle Avinw. 

Th« camp is open to all 
boys ia the 3rd grade 
Uiroi^ senior high school 
and tatuTM buat^fanU in 
ttree separ^ ani^uqis. 
Instnietioa Inebnes basics 
oi bartrefimll ati^sgy and 
skiUs as w^ as league 
pby between iNi^zed 
teams. Ap^icaais should 
taring thefeetfCM'ttwcamp— 
2^5 Jl^f qab ^eiB»0B 
to thn Wengistnrtion with 
ttem. 

tartrMtors to Qw five- 
day amp iKinde Mary- 
land's Brad MHs and Moe 
Howan); OM Dmiaion's 
Oliver Pumell; Chartie 
Woelum, assi^aM baAet- 
bta eouA at (Xm, Steeter 
Swift a m San AAmto 
l^ws and BMt A]«Mlete, 
t(Mm«rty itf Ae UatonMy 
^SDiith(^rrtlaa. 

Fn- fUlh^* IMnrmatkm, 
CBntrndl Couch Mbony at 
«U-4^t or ^-m?; or 
Coach CMrad Paitn at 
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P/aza Padres 
are champs 



The Pccfc'es wran ttie Plaza Senior major 
division title for the second coraaoitiva 
year by stopping the Expos in t^ titlt 
game, 2-0. They are (from left to right, 
frwrt r<m JimSmvyer, TroyNorris, Bob-' 
by Rainey, John Barrett, Danny Wolft and 
Mike Welch. Second row (left to right) it 
Frank Gillikin, Dm HoweM. Steve Cobb. 
Manager Wolfe, Jeff Wolfe, Rusty Ker- 
ner and Coach Gil liken. Not pictured ar« 
Mike Ragm, David Cone, Ted l^iag^, 
Jeff Mercy, Kenny Hobbs and Guy RmI- 
gers. 



Lacrosse clubs 
close out season 



Tbe Vlreioia Beach Summer Lacrosse League closed 
oitf ttc r^ular season Sunday ina Flurry of actloo tlat 
saw tbe Bine Jajrs take o*er first place in the standings 
with a 1:1. r^^ Iqr virtue of tbeir 12-8 win over tbe 

Arrows. 

irteroJpL 
lis to claim tti^e-* 
torjr. Larry Nicholsoii lead bis team with five goals and 
an assiM wUle teammate Roftis Parks scored four 
goals and was creittt«dwitkc»e assist. RnatjrHargrave, 
a recent First C(doirial graduate, scor«l three times 
for tlie Arrovs.TeammatenilStedfaMsaredtwoafld 
two on tbe afiemoon. Desire tbe loss. Arrow goalie 
Pejrtoo Vla(rfWaaiilagtaiiaiMlLeeeBdedtbeseasoa with 
tbe lei^ue record to nnmbtr ct nves. 

In tbe nrst natch, the Terps stei^edoa tbe W(df pack 
who finished in third place overall — 15-6 <m a nine- 
pirint eziriosion by Uie league's letting scorer, Billy Al- 
mond. Alnond had three gtMls and six assists on the 
day, finisbiac the year with a tolalof 17 goals and 11 
assists. If ike Via of Ban^den-Sydney and Bobby Reed 
of Norfolk Academy eoraUnedforanotber five goals and 
three assists for the Terps. TbeWolQxick'sJimLli^ 
of SalisbuT State was their high scorer for the day. 
He posted three goals in the losing effort. 

Tbe lacnnse lease's tournament is sehe<taled to 
Uck off SatndayontteL^uhavaJvnior High athletic 
fields on Sir William Osier Drive. The first game, be- 
tween second place Terps (3-3) and the third i^ee 
WoUpad( (2-4) begias at 3 p.m. at S.30 p.m., r^nlar 
season champiOBS Bli» Jays take on tte Arrows, who 
finished fimrth (2-4) bf virtue of an early season loss 
to the WoIQiadt. ThepiMiclsinvttedtotbe toomamert 
free of charge. 



Beach anglers rate in tourney 



The Virginu Salt Water 
Fisliii^ tournament coa- 
tinues, with three Virgin- 
ia Beach residents claim - 
ii% top citation catches in 
the blue marlin, white mar- 
tin and king mackerel care- 
gories. 

Garland If. Caflee ot 
3008 Little Haven Road is 
corraitly leading all en- 

Marlin 
contest set 

There will be plnty of 
fishing action in Virginia 
Beach this weekend, notthe 
loiSt of which is the Virgin- 
ia Beach Anglers Cld) an- 
nual small boat marlin to- 
urney, set to begin Satur- 
day. Entrants are limited 
to boats 26 feet and imder, 
and ail fish must bewe^- 
ed at Fidierman's Wharf 
in Rudee InlM,thougb boats 
may set out from anywhere 
in the state. 

An organizational met- 
ing for Merested fisher- 
men willbeFridayatSp.m. 
at the Fisherman's Wbarf 
marina. AS20eriryfeewill 
be Gbaned eacli noat en- 
tering tne toonameot.th- 
ongh awards may be woo by 
as many as tmir anglers 
on each boat. Ai^rds will 
inclade cadi and trophies. 

Rain (kte for Utetdoma- 
ment will be Ai«. 9-10. 



Swim league action set 



With one wMk of compe- 
tition remaltfnf bttHvibe 
f • dtempitosMpn, Vmtnke 
Meadows r«nains on topof 
tbe Virginia Bead Swim 
League wtth a perfect 4-0 
dnlmeet n&tti, 

Carolanae Farms Swim 
Club and Alaaton are tied 
fM- seeend wU a S-1 dart 
wtth awrtter tie for third 



place between tbe Oeeuia 
and Abi]«don Villke clubs. 
B<^h have pe^d 1-3 
records m tie sommer 
s^son. 

Gre«i Rui briB« » tbe 
rear inthe league landings 
with an 0-4 record. 

Sitfantay wiliseeAlastm 
traveling toOraana. Abing- 
don Viltage at Gre« Run, 



and CarolauM l-'arms at 
Pembrde Meadows in tbe 
flMi we^ of dul meets. 
Tbe leoue chamrionsbip 
mert wiU be Aug. 9. at tbe 
Caralaai» Fanu pool, 
with all league toims re- 
pressed. All meets, in- 
cluding the chamntonship 
meet next week, begin at 
8:30 a.m. 




tries in the white marlin 
category. Caflee took a 78- 
pound white marlin while 
trolling off the Cigar last 
month. There have a total 
ot 10 white marlin citation, 
class entries so far in the' 
tournament. 

Jack Murphy of 4901 
Brandywine IMve current- 
ly holds the Irad in the blue 



marlin, and with Just one 
other entry in that category 
since the tourney began in 
May, Murphy's 478-pound 
blue marlin may remain 
tops in tbe class. Murphy 
took his fish while trolling 
off the Cigar. 

Antbmy Wbiteburst of 
Princess Anne Station still 
holds tbe top catch in tte 



king mackerel class witt a 
36-pounder be caught while 
bait-fishing off the Virgin- 
ia Beach pier. Ildr- 
teen king mackerel catches 
have been entered in the 
tourney thus tar. 

Tbe Virginia Salt Water 
Fishing tournament con - 
tmues nntil Itov. 30. 



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A-8 -The Sun, July 30, 1975 



Public defenders prepared 



There's a joke going arwnd the Public defender's 
office that employes be celebratiuf the nation's bic- 
entennial in the unemployment line. 

The Virginia Beach public defense project, which 
began in January 1973, is one of two eiperimental 
systems now operating in the state. 

The purpose of the experiment is to determine if 
it is feasible to replace the system of court ap- 
pointed council with a full-time public defender and 
full-time investigator and part-time assistance from 
other lawyers. 

The public defense office represents all people 
charged with crimes who can not afford an at- 
torney without undue hardship. 

The local project, as well as amrther in the Way- 
nesboro-Stanton area, will come before the next 
session of the Virginia Legislature for examination 
and possible extension. If it does not pass, the pro- 
ject will end in June' 1976, when the appropriated 
funds run out^ 

"I'm hopeful it will pass, that's all 1 can say," 
said Pete Legler, public defense attorney. 

There are now over 900 counties in the country 
that use some form of a public defense system. 
Two-thirds of the states have an operating or ex- 
perimental public defense system or are considering 
its use. 

Legler sees the public defender project as a vast 
improvement over the court appointed council sys- 
tem 

Under the old system, a person charged with a 
crime who can not afford a lawyer is appointed one 
by the judge. This private lawyer then has to work 
the case into his schedule and develop his case 
without the aid of an investigator. 

'In my opinion, it's just a waste of time," said 
Legler. 

Only criminal cases rated a court appointed law- 
yer under the old system, but the public defender 
project handles misdomeanors as well. "We are, 
in general, better prepared in the facts of a case 
than lawyers under the old system'T»uld be," said 
Legler 

In addition to Legler, the public defender pro- 
ject includes investigator Bill Campbell and at- 
torneys Virginia C Miller, Frederick B. Lowe and 
Donald E. Lee. 

Legler represents half of the adult cases, with 
Lowe and Lee defending the other half. Miller hand- 
les all juvenile cases. 

Eligibility for public defense is based on an in- 
dividuals income and financial obligations and is de- 
termined in a case by case method. 

In 1973, there were 911 aH)licants for public de- 
fense and 705 were accepted compared with 1,365 
applicants in 1974 and 961 who were accepted. This 
indicates a 50 per cent increase in applicants and 
a 31 per cent increase in the number of people made 
ineligible from 1973 to 1974. 

Legler charges that the current recession is par- 
tially responsible for the general upswing in numbers 
of cases. There has been a noted increase in thefl^ , 



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from 1973 to 1974, Legler said. 

Counts of burgulary increased from 55 to 143, 
and grand larceny increased from 49 to 65. 

Juvenile theft counts increased from 66 to 101. 
"Parents are tremendously responsible for the in- 
crease in juvinile crime," Legler said. "Thejr do not 
administer enoueh restraint " 

Legler said a large number of tlie cases he handled 
in 1974 were tor unemployed construction workers, who 
were one of the groups hit hard by the recession. 

Legler said opinion about the public defender system 
has been favorable. 

'The bar association doesn't say too much aboatlt, 
iHit the defendants seem satisfied with the service," 
L^ler said 

He quoted from the report to the governor and gen- 
eral assembly by the Public Defewler Commission that 
in a 1974 surrcy of judges, probation officers, chiefs 
. of police and attorneys, virtually all responding thought 
the public defender system was better than the old sys- 
tem. ^, ,. 

Legler said even though opinion was favorable, finan- 
ces would be the main opposition to the passage of the 
system by the legislature. 

■The new system is slightly more expensive than the 
old, " Legler said 

The project is financed through Law Enforcement 
Assistance Administration (LEAA) which funds many 
new, experimental projects, and the Division of Jus- 
tice and Crime Prevention in Richmond. 

Legler said if the project does pass in the leg- 
islature, "it could take 100 yrars before it goes 
statewide." . . » . u 

In the meantime, Legler and his assistants take 
a lot of civic pride in their jobs. "We feel we're 
doii% something important," he said. 



Beach qualifies 
for funds 



A U.S. Labor Department crfficial said Fri^y 
that Virginia Beach qualifies for $165,046 in fed- 
eral funds to provide public service jobs ich- the 
unemployed. , .^ 

There was a question whether or not the city 
qualified for the federal money which is distributed 
by the Southeastern Tidewater Area Manpower Au- 
thority (ST AMA). „ , 

According to the Federal Comprehensive Employ- 
ment TrainiiK Ad, an area's unemployment rat? 
must be 6.5 per cent or higher for three consecu- 
tive months to qualify. . . ^^ 

Virginia Beach's unemployment rate for the per- 
iod is 5.6 per cent. „ .. 

Robert Newhouser of the Labor Department's Phil- 
adelphia office saidthe city qualifies because STAMA's 
entire area is eligible due to its overall jobleu 
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Concert 



The Navy School of Music Band recent- 
ly gave a concert at 24th Street as part of 
the city's Concerts by Vt\e Sea program. 

The band played everything from rock 
to jazz. 

Shown here in performance are: (top 
right) Staff Sgt. Tiin McWright; (top left) 
Senior Chief Musician Jack Kye; (bottom 
right, from right to 4eft) Sgt. 1st class 
-Joe Freata, Upeo. 9lh etaee Maur y Scn»>^ 
ggs. McWright and Musicim 2nd class 
Sam Christ; and (bottom left) Dye be- 
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American warmth touches German guests 



Hemmer and Karei Jaasten ef W«rt Gemaqr 
stayed at Uie tone o{ tke Ckarles lUtckeU &mUy 
r«ceidly as part of tte Amerieao Rnt Procran 
(AHP) On the last nig M of tkeir visit Karae fixed 
a GermaD neftl tor ker torts. Ckaria Ifttdwll said 
irace beiore Uie meal as te almys dees, bsthfetd- 
ded sMictUttg. lie gave ttaiks tor lavtti Ike Vert 
Gerauu cmqde as foerts. Karen Jass« na trtm 
Oe taMe to kide tke Mrs ste a^tot kiildlai^ 
Ste was i^B^lf Um^ed i^ tke tsni^tmeit aad 
the irtioie txperym^ of iteytag at tke WtiteU's 
IWM 1^ OU Mi^wiod mve in Vlifiiria ■esefc. 

Tte Jaiwms stared ten Aft to Vlrgiala Betdi. 
R ws ttolr Be«»d rtop )tf aHirae-city tour (4 Am- 
u^ea. t^ tad sUM in Betkente, MD., and qwtt 
time l« Wafcnws, Geo. afler U»ir visit to Vir|l»la 

Tke vistt was part ot tke AHP. His is a program 
tM kriags teackers from ve^^t &ir«i» to tke 
UMad Sat» as gMsts of Aatrleas fanilies. The 
o^e^ is to 0ve a realistic pmlrayal <rf Am#rtra 



Having Ixen to Eun^e, tto Mitchell's were aware 
of the misconceptkMis Eiutq>^as tad about tke Ua- 
^ed States. They recijgttsed ifcc AHP as a way for 
them to help erase these flUs<»BceiiUou. tt was 
with this intert la mted ttat Ctarto ami Bess Htteh- 
ell, aai their 17-year-old (bigltfer Karen, wclcmned 
flw .tossMs. 



As expected, tte visitors tnm VMt ( 
^vcOBceiwd Uau tbaA Amolea. Ma^ of ' 
mu ««v n«puw. Ite mmikt w«« pat to tte 

"It's my optoton tkey Idl wM a good aad posttiTC 
1^^ for Vtrtfiia Beai^" Cterlw Mttdiril said. 

'"my fearaed ttat AnerieaBS arMl r«UI^ <tff> 
fer^ from Mrt Eonveans," BeH Mtt^diadted. 

Karen MttdnU took tto JamsMs tottebettk^f- 
ten dnrfng ttelr vistt. ntj ei^oyed this activity 
most of all. Ttoy fott tke beu^ was simitorto 
bniAes in W^ GeriMny, aM»rtt« to Mrs. Mtt^- 



m. 

Tte vistt tamed oitf to be a leaniiog ^perieaee 
for bott funUtos. 

Mr. and Mrs. Httctoli said they were surprized 
wben tbey discovered they their visitors knew very 
little about American history. 'We have to recog- 
nize Eiux^^BS are interested in our history, but not 
coBsumed wttb it, " Mrs. MitctoU laaghed. 

Althoo^ ttey were not well-versed in American 
history, tte Jaaswns were very taxnrledgable about 
tte govemmeotal structure. Tbey were politically- 
mtaded peqde, Mr. MitcheU said. 

"I felt very much in line politically witt them," 
teuided. 

Om of tte |X«coBceived eiMms tte Janssens tad 
eea^ffMd tte iwial pt^ms to tte United States. 
Aca>rdi^ to tte MitetoUs' the Janssens believed 
ttere were stroi^ lines <rf s^repitkxi between the 
white and bli^ pc^olatk^. Ttey were shocked wben 
OMf oksenrad tte cl(»eiiess between Bess Mitchell 



and some of tor friends wto were black. 

Karen Janssen, wto Is a teacher, and Remmer, an 
economist, were more interested in observu^ things 
like the racial sittation and (^ber sociological cate- 
gories than seeii^ the sights of Virginia Beach, Ctar- 
les MitctoU ix>ted. "They were far more interested 
to people than places," to said. 

The {amilies ^lent more time to discnsston than 
tottri^ Vlifinia BeaA. tt was out (rf ttese discuss- 
toos ttet mek (tf tte impressions tte Janssens took 
tiack to Eon^K witti ttem came ft-om. The families 
built such a rapport with each <4her, acoutUng to 
tte Mttctells, ttat they felt at ease discussing ev- 
erything from religion to polities. 

1%e MitctoH bmil; was pissed with tteir AHP 
experience. And ttey grew to love tteir fiiests in 
the ten (teys they were tog^ter. "I don't teliewe 
this is tte last tine we're p>iag to see efch crtter," 
Bess MitdMU sai4 



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FOR THE FUTURE 



. ^DAY 



FRi: 



DAHCWG 

The Virginia B«acb Folk Dtacers will be danclDg 
on tbe terrace of tte A.R.E., 67th and Atlantic 
Avenue. Tke public is invited. Admission is free. 
Call 4Z8-»m for information. 



PAINmiGS 



An exlubitioo honoring the 398tli birthday of the 
painter Ruben continnes at the Chrysler Museoin 
at Norfolk on Olney Road at Mowbray Arch. The 
exUbitica f^tnriog five Rubens will last until Aug. 
31. 

CATCE REAnMC 

A tree le<4un on r^acam^on conceits from the 
Edgar Cayce Readings wUl be given 1^ Penny Tbweatt 
at the A.R.E., 6m Street and Atlantic Avenue. The 
lecture begins at 3 p.m. 

PSYCHK: OfVESTOiATOR 

Psychic investigator Walker Wescott will le«l a 
lecture and opea torn on "The Invisible Assassins," 
a ^udy serl^ on occult and i»ycbic frauds at the 
Mariner MoteTs RqituDe Room. Donations are re- 
quested itH- the lecture which begins at 7:30 p.B. 



NAVTTIICA 

The Navy YMCA is sponsoring a camping trip 
for members leaviiig from the YMCA bnUdlng on 
Brambleton Avemw in Norfolk at 5:30 p.m. aad a 
daice, featuring the Red Deg band, at 1:30 p.m. 

A.R.E. 

The A.R.E. is sponsorii^ three events today. At 
3 p.m.' there will be a free lecture on Bible concepts 
from the Edgar Cayce Readings. Then, at 8 p.m. 
Edith Wallace and Hervert Poirear will lecture on 
"From Chaos to WhoI»ess; Fostering andNourisUag 
the Cr^tive." There will be a $3 admission charge 
for adults and |1.50 for students. Also at 8 p.m. 
Charles Thomas Cayce will lecture on ESP ac- 
cording to Ei^sar Cayce. Admission is $2 for adults 
and 11 for students. 



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DREAMS 

"Dreams aad Personal Development," a £ree lec- 
ture by Shirl^ Winstcm wUl begin at 3 p.m. at the 
A.R.E., C7th Street aad Atlantic Avenue. 

ETO. 

Edith Wallace aad Herbert Puryear will lectare 
on the problems at evU. It begins at 8 p.m. at the 
A.R.E., 67Ui areet aad Atlantic Avenue. Adults' 
admissiOB is |3 aad.stndents will pay $1.50. 



POPPETC 

The Chrysler Museum Piq)pet Theatre presents 
"Little Red Riding Hood." Admission is $1.50 for 
adults, $1 for children, $1.25 for museum members 
and $.75 for members' children. The presentation 
begins at 2 p.m. at Chrysler Museum, Olney Road 
and Mowbray Ardi. 

HAVT TMCA 

The Navy YMCA is sponsoring actintira for its 
members. At 9:30 a.m. there will be a trip to St. 
Mary's Infant Home. At 11 a.m. there wiU be a bu 
trip to Virginia Beach Hospitality House. Softball 
practice begins at 2 p.m. At 8:30 p.m. there will 
l>e a dance featurii^ the Red Dog combo. 



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has been named as a com- 
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ual Iirternatiimal Coaven- 
tioB (rf the Fraternal Or- 
der of E^es being held 
ta Dallas, August 6-9. 

R. E. Pierce was lack- 
ed for the pMitlon by Gra- 
nd Worthy Preirideat Ltm- 
is H. Reed. 

Over 10,000 delegates 
and their wires wiU be in 
Dallas for the ConvaaUea. 

Ctnamlttemen an a ad- 
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from DBore ttaa a mUUoa 
members of the (»gaaia- 

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Many cdetottlea will be 
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TiM A.R.E. at 67th Sr«^ ud AtlanUc Avrane 
will h^ two- lectures totey. At 3 p.m. a free lec- 
tare m keei^ig a dmm diary will be given by a ^aff 
■enlwr. At I p.m. Giaa Cenninara lectures oe 
draaais. Admission for this lecture is $2 for adalta 
and $1 for students. 



rarSlCALEZAMS 

CUUrea (tf niUtait fUaiUes iaUadergarte, misery 
and elementary schools can receive esaminatfoas at 
HAS Horftdk Dispeasary. CaU444-?37StoraBanioint- 
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A.R.E. 

Tiro lectures wUl be given at the A.R.E., em 
Street and Atlantic Avenue. A free ledore begins 
at 3 p.m. on reincarnatioo. At 8 p.m. there will be 
a lecture on "Past Life lafluenc^: Our Attitudes, 
Talents and Desires,' by Louis BoyUn. Admission 
is $2 for adults aad |1 for rtndeate. 

lUTTTHCA 

The Havy TMCA sponsors several activities today. 
At 9:30 a.m. the Java Clob meets. Bus to Virginia 
Beach fttqiitallty House leaves at 11 a.m. A eook- 
out l>egins at 4 p.m. at ttie bouse. The movie John 
Paul Jones" starts at 7 p.m. Activities are for mem- 
bers only 

PUPPET THEATRE 

The Chrysler Museum Pqjpet Theatre presents 
its second performance of 'Little Red Rkliag Hood" 
at 2 p.m. ia the museum at Oloey Road and Mow- 
bray Arch. Admission is |1.50 for adults, $1 for 
childr«i, $1.25 for museum members and $.75 for 
members' childrea. 

The VirginU Beach City PubUc Schools Plaaet- 
ariumat 3010 S. Lyaahav» Rd. in the Plata Junior 
Hi|^ School pres«its a^rafram on th«.^|^aMiara. 
The progrha baglitt ^ T^B. "-^ 



MONDAY 



FOR THE RECORD 



COLLBSE ACCEPTANCE 

Jack Edwin Annas, Jr. of VirginU Beach aad a 
graduate of Fraxk W. Cox High Scbool has beoi 
acc^ed by Chowaa College in Murfreesboro, N.C. 
for admission for the fall semester. Jade will be 
a bosiiMSS major. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

Three Virginia Beach orilege rtudeats were awarded 
sctelarshfos by tte ndewater Association of Home 
Bnilders Sdadarsi^) Fonndatloa. The rtideitfs are 
R(Ma Lyan Adbway, Motra Dame University, Richard 
Williams Bro^, Uahersity <rf Virginia aad John 
Robert Mooney, WUUam and Mary College. 

The awards are pvsented aaonally to stadents with 
a demonstrated academic ability and a desire to con- 
tinue their education. 



ittau may he sabnitted to Saa IMal hy 
Plaase auU year notiM to Saa Dial, Viifiaia Baaeh 
San. Its Rosemoat Road. Vlrgiaia Baadi, Va. M4SS. 
is aooa Friday ^or to the week of pah- 



add-a-room 



BEDROOMS BATHS 
KITCHEN 

GARAGES 



MAvrmcA 

The Navy TMCA is having softbnll practice for 
members at 5:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. the movie "Jolm 
Paul Jones" will be shown. 



iulCDAY 




PLAMETABIOM 

The Vliitaia Beadi CttyPaUleStAoolsPlaa^arian 
at 3010 8. Lyaahavaa M. la the Plasa Jurim- B%h 
Scho(d presents a |8t>craffl oa Prq^ ViUiy, tie 
adaaiea to Mars, at 7 {>.a. 

NAVY TMCA 

The Navy YMCA sponsors stOK activities for 
mtmhets. Tonight Oere will be an eveniag at Am 
Tidewater DiniMr Playhouse. |10 iaelwfos transpor- 
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SCHOOL BUS 
DRIVERS NEEDED 

The Virginia Beach Public Schools 

have openings for school bus drivers for the 
school yeffl* commencing Sept. 1975. The 
positions available of fM* attractive working 
hours, compensationy & benefits. Ideal 

opportunity for housewife and college students. 

For further ififormation call the Virginia 
Beach School Board Trans(K»^tationOf f ice 

428-9388 

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School 

officials 

reappointed 



Tbe Virginia Beach School Board has reaK>oinl«d 
Rc^rt H. DeFord and Dr. Roy A. Woods as its chair- 
man and vice-chainnan for the 1975-76 scboal year. 

DeFord, a self-employed businessman and an at- 
large representative on the Board, has l>een a member 
of the school policy-making body for niiw years and 
its chairman since 1972. 

Woods, also an at-large representative, Joined the 
Board in 1966 and became vice-cbairmaD two years 
ago. He is the vice-president for academic affairs 
at Norfolk SUte College. 

The term of office ft)r both men is one year. 




WOODS 



DEFORD 



Legals 



Billy Martin of Virginia Beach caught 
this 45 pcNjnd yellowfin tuna at Oregon 
inlet Fishing Center near Nags Head, N. 
C. For Billy, the son o*Dr. William 
Martin, it was first. 



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The Prifwess Anne Rotary Club recent- 
ly Installed new officers for ^e 1975- 
78 year. They are (frwn left to right): 
Charles P. Anderson, director Club 
Service; MMjrice N. Early, director 
wcaiional sarvif^f AndrewM. McCrone, 



director Comnnunity Service; L. H. Hal- 
stead, Secretary. Back row: (left to 
rigtit) John J. Coneys, vice president; 
Victor P. Sinrjiele, President; MalcalmL. 
Yaple, treasurer; LinwoodS. Leavitt, di- 
rector of International Service. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In Qu Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of tbe City of 

Vlifinia Beach, (mtheZSrd 

day of July, 1975. 

Anthony P. Costella, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Ellen Irene Costella, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to ot^in a divorce a vincu- 
lo matrimonii from tbe said 
defendant, upcmthegnninds 
of cootbiuous uninterrupted 
septratlon for more than 
(ne (1) year. 

And an affidavit having been 
nude and filed that tbe de- 
fendant is anoD-reaidentof 
the St^e of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: P.O. Box US, 
Castroville, California it U 
ordered that she do appear 
here within tenTlO) days af- 
ter due piAlication hereof, 
and do what may be nece- 
wary to f tttm tA ^ hw t nto t 
est in thU suit. 
A am Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Richard M. llazweU, p.q. 
4316 - C. Va. Beach Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 

VBS July 30, August 6, 13 
20« 



ORDER OPliUBLICATION 

In the Cleit's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virgtada Bead), oo the 1st 

day of July, 1975. 

Kevin James ROUoson, 

Plaintiff, 

ai^bist 

BoffiDie l^e Robinson, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
meosa et thoro from the 
said defoidaiit, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tbe de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the ^te of Virginia, 
her last known post office 
address being; lUnde 2, 
Clymer, Pennsylvania it is 
ordered tiat she do appear 
here wtthin ten(10) days 
after due piddieatun here- 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A ow-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Brydges k Hndgins 
1369 Ladin Rd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

VBS July 9,16,23,30 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Id the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 24th 

tey (4 July, 1975. 

Deborah P. llorrisoii, 

Plaiiftifl, 

against — 

Jota H. Morrison, 

IMmtont. 

The obiect of this sutt U 
to (riilaia a divorce a vincu- 
lo matrimonii from the said 
(tetendast iqton tbe grounds 
(rf desertion. 

And an affklavit having been 
made and filed tint tte de- 
foidairt is anoB-reiidentof 
the SUte of Virginia, the 
last kixjwn post office ad- 
dress beii^: Route 1, Box 
8629, Lexicon Part, Ma- 
ryland, it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 
ten (10) toys after doe 
priUie^cw hereof, and do 
what may be neeesary to 
protect Ms interest ta this 
suit. 

A aw-Test: J(WN V. 
FENTOEffi, CLERK 
Brydges A Hudgins 
iMtLasUnRmd 
VirgWa Bncb, Virginia 

TM July 30. August 6, 13, 



C»tDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tbe Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, on 

the 22nd day of July, 1975. 

Shawna Faye Herrera, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Luis Leopoldo Herrera, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon the 
gromids of sqiarati(» for 
more than one year. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the SUte of VirginU, 
the last known post office 
address being: South Am- 
erica, it is ordered that 
be do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
pid>lication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his intereri in this 
suit. 

A copy - teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Anaell, Butler t Canada 
4338 VlittnU B«[ai Blvdr 
VirginU Beach, VirginU 

VBS July 30, A«. 6, 13, 
20, 4t 



C«DER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of ttie City of 

VirginU Beach, on the 23rd 

day of July, 1975. 

John ErvU Smith, 

Plaintiff, 

a(^inst 

Eva Jean Lemmers Smith, 

D^iandant. 

The object of thU suit U 
to obtain a divorce A Vincu- 
lo Matrimonii from the saM 
defendairt, iqxnthegroimda 
of Desertion. 

And' an affidavit having bera 
made and filed that tbe de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the SUte of VirginU, 
the last kftown post office 
address being: P.O. Box 
1226, Casper, Wyoming 
82601 it U ordered that 
she do appear here within 
teo(10) days after due po- 
blicatton hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest U this 
suit. 

A Copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Glenn B. McClanan, Atty. 
425 S. Witchduck Road 
•Va. Beach, VirginU 

VBS July 30, August 6, 13 
20« 



CKDER OF PUBLICATK}N 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 24th 

day of July, 1975. 

LoweU Wayne Hobbs, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

AmU TriaidMi Hebbs, 

Defendant. 

Tlw o^ect of this suit 
i» to obtaU a divorce a 
viaeulo natrimonii from 
the said defewUnt vpm the 
grounds of one year separ- 
atk». 

And an affidavit having been 
pi^ and filed that tbe de- 
fodairt U a non-residnt 
(d the Sate of Virgiiua, 
the iuA known post office 
address being: Hail Box 
374, Catanu 95100, Sici- 
ly, lUly. it is ordered that 
sl« do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due pn- 
Uicatioa hereof, and do 
wlat may be neeanry to 
^vtect her intere^ U this 

A «»nr-T^e: JOHN V. 
FENTRES, CLERK 
OuTOwa Lbm 
3104 Ah^e kmm 
VlrgtaU BeaMt. VirgiaU 

VBS July 30, AngM 6. 13 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the City 

of VirginU Beach, on the 

22nd day, of July, 1915. 

John Robert Wilson. Jr., 

PUintifl, 

a^inst 

JacqneUne A. Wilson, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
U to oMaU a divorce a 
vUculo matrimonii, or a 
mensa et thoro from tbe 
said defendart, qioa the 
gromds of adultery or de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendairt U anon-r^idnt 
of the SUte of VirginU, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 32 Spring Street 
Aflt. U, WalUi«t(n, New 
Jersey 07057. it U order- 
ed that die do ^ipmr here 
witUn ten (10) days after 
due pnUicanon hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest U 
this suit. 
A conr-teste: X)HM V. 

FENTRESS, CLERK 

Fumiss, DavU t Sachs 
203 Plaza One 
NorfbDi, VirginU 

VBS Joly 30. Aug. 6, IS. 
20, 4t 



CffiDER OF PUBUCA'nON 

In the ClMt's Office <tf the 

Circuit Court of ttie City 

of VirginU Beach, on the 

30thdayof Jne, 1975. 

Michael F. D. Miller, 

PUUtiff, 

a^inst 

Jean Stfflwell Miller. 

Dtfendant. 

The object ct this suit 
U to obtaU a div«H«e a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, qxw the 
grounds of dnertiott. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant U a nm-resident 
of tte State of VirginU, her 
la^ known prat office being: 
2500 Eastway IMve, Char- 
lotte, North Carolina it is 
ordered Oat she do awear 
here withU ten (10) days 
after doe pnUication hereof, 
and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her in- 
terest to ttU sutt. 
A copy-Teste: ^HM V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Brydges A HadgUs. Attys. : 
1369 LaaUn Road 
VirginU Beadi, Va. 23451 

VBS July 9, IS, 23. 30 « 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

U the Clot's Office of the 

Circtttt Court of the City of 

VirginU Beach, on the24tb 

day of July, 1975. 

Walter Lawrence Button, 

PUintiff. 

against 

Barbara Ann Franklin But- . 

ton, 

D^endant. 

The object of thUsnitu 
to ObtaU a divorce a viacu- 
k> ra^rtanOBiiCnNB the said 
defendant, t^xntiiecroiinds 
of sagiaration tor more than 
one year. 

And an fffida vtt havUg been 
made and fUed that the de- 
feniUnt U anon- resident <rf 
the State of VirgUU. the 
Ust known poM office ad- 
dress is: 2122 Salisbury 
Street, Pittsburgh, P«m- 
sylva^ ISilO it is onUr- 
ed ttat ^ do app^r here 
witUa ta(10)da]rs after due 
pMiotion hereof, and do ' 
what may be necessary to 
prrted her taterest in this 
suit. 
A eo|qr-T^e: J(»M V. 

wmeTREss: cLfsaa 

J. Davis Rend, m 
S« Great Nedt Road 
VltfUU Baadi, Virgiida 
2S«1 

VK Jily 30. Aagiit t. It 

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ORWR OF PUMJCATKMf 
In thi cUmin ecNrt Mttc 
city <a ^m^aii Bfidi JtiM 

30, ms. - 

Paul T ScliiMrU 
ComplalMitf, 

V. , ." 

Mary K. ^Inruti. Also 
koowfi u lliiry M. Sck- 
warti, 
RelfiMdMt. 
to ChaiMiff NO. 1«119 
Tke object of this suit 
is to effect parttUoB 
aiMBest tte OVnrs, try 
saio or ottendM, of tke 
heroiiitSer dw<rtt»d retl 
property Ma^M io Vir- 
elbta Bm<A, yUfiQia, of 
whicfe Pittl t. Schwartt 
aod ll«nr K. 4;iAvurtx> . 
a/lc/a Mary. H. SdnmrU^ 
are the ownM* olOijyep^ 
erty as teit^ iaeonmoBi- 
the property betlK describ- 
ed as toUo»s: 
All that eeflaio lot. piece 
or parcel Of bod vttli 
the buUdiats ud m- 
profMent* ttenoi,.^- 
uate is tte KmpaviUe 
Miflsterial IMsfrict io 
tte Ctty (d VireiBla 
Bcack, VMtiBiit, »t4 
knovB, iMBwn«daad(le- 
H slgt^ed it Lot No. 9 
MtftePlttealttM''Cor- 
eonveted Pkt cl Stti>- 
divistai of ^vpcrty ^- 
C; M. Bodfitaa Heirs, 
Prlicas AMe Coopty, 
VirginU', recorded k 
the Clert's (Wtce of tiw 
CircnltCotftoftlieCtty 
ot Vir^ola Beaek iDliap 
Bo(* 37, Paie K. r«- 
lerence to arid fSa ht' 
iflg nade for a aioi^ 
piirticalar deseHpUoo o( 
said iHvperty; ; 
And an Affidavit Maviai 
beet made ttat Mary K. 
Scbvarta, a/k/a MUf U. 
Sckmrta, la a aoaivaid^ 
of tiilsaatc; aadidUdaTit 
havlw bees aiade ttat dil- 
igeaee tas beeoasadJqraBd 
<» Mmh of tke CoBpUiB- 
airt to aaeertak ta what 
comty or OHiioratioa tke 
Resimidai^ Mary K. Sck- 
wartc, a/k/a Ibry M.Sck- 
wartt, if Uvii«, is; tkat 
taer last post office add- 



les ms snsSo^areM, 
LaAiTCtte, lultena; H is 
C«l«tED tkat tke aid 
wm^trnt, nan^y, Mary 
K. SckvarU, a/k/% HaiT 
M. Sdmrts. If ske ke 
Ufiag, do apfMtr wttkbi 
im (10) (teys aft«r<taepri>- 
licattoB <a this Onter aid 
(to what is nei^ssary to 
protect her interest. 

It is tartker (HiDEXED 
that the foregolDC portloD 
<d tUs Order l>e publ^- 
ed ODce i week for ftmr 
(4) successive weeks in 
tke Virginia Beach Syn, a 
MwqiBper pnbUsked la tke 
City of Virginia Beadi, in 
tke SUte of Virglaia. 
A Copy-te^: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
James R. MdCrary 
mtOYLES, MCKENRY A 
GORRY 

S»h Street mi Pacific Ave. 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
IS4|l 

VK Joly 9, 16, tS, 30, « 



(«DER OF PUBUCATION 

lartte Cteit's Office of tke 

Circntt Qmit (rf the City (rf 

rutlnla Bcadi, on tke 1st 

dly of July, 197S. 

Hary Ixnton ^leoce, 

PlalBft^, 

against 

AoB Marie MttUsoD^MOce, 

Defendant. 

The object irf this salt 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said dirfendeBt upon the 
grounds of 1 year separa- 
tioo. 

And anaftMavlt having been 
pnde and filed doe dUl- 
g«Me has been used by 
the detePdant Is, wtthovt 
«tt*et, the last known prat 
office address btdat- 2X4 
Wilt Street, Le^vrg, 
VlrglnU tt is 0T6tna ttat 
she do apfiear here wiOhi 
teB(10) days after *ie pub- 
licatloB hereof, anddowtat 
may be necessary to {ffo- 
ted her Interest In this 
suit. 

A coiqF-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Sacks, Sadu4 Tavss, Atty. 
P.O. Box 3291 
Norfolk, Virglaia 23514 

VBSJnly 9,16,23,30 « 



mniCE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The r^nlar iMetlag of the Coadl of the Cttyol 

Virginia B«dl will beheU in tke CoimcU Chambers 

of the Admliilstn^ Mldiag, City Hall, Princess 

Aahe Station, Tinfite' Beach, Virginia, on Monday, 

4«Cnit tl. mtE.ipHK|[p.m., at whkk time tte follow- 

te ttifieatioat Nvmiw haaM: »» 

^^dA BEACH BOnXHSH 

CHANGE OP 'rnxmC KSTRICT CLASSIFICATION 

1. PetttkM of J. Walter Brothers and Helen Brothers 
tor a Chdhle sT ZoaUg District Classification from 
R-7 ResMertial District to A-2 Apartrawt District 
pa certain ptop^ beginning at a pobtf 90 feet East 
of Wtit AMHe, raUdag a distance of 240 feet akng 
the lk»1kerii pnnerty line of which IM feet is tte 
Sooth side of ta Street,^ rmmlng a distance oltSO 
feet ateeg tte Eastern property line, naming a dis- 
tance d 140 feet aloi« the North side ot Maryland Ave- 
nue and running a distance of 200 fe^ along tke Wes- 
tern vnMttf Hoe. Said parcel is known as Lots IS, 
17. 11, 1», to, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. 27, 28 and 29, 
Block 16, Plat Of ShMtowlawn HeighU and cootalns 
964 acre. (Skadowlam-fleights Area). VIRGINIABEACH 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE B(^>UGH 

2. Petttloe by motioo of the Planning Comailssion of 
the City (tf VlTflnla Beach for a Change ofZoniflg 
District Classificatinli from. AG- 1 Agricultural Dis- 
trict to 0-1 OfSee District to correct drafUag enws 
which had been carried over from |a-#vkMS years that 
became evMeM wh« as attoipt was made to plot 
a reowt naiag (tenge in Oie'area. beginning at a piriat 
KO leel more or less South (tf Landstowa Road oa the 
&st side of Holland ttmd ruaaing a distance of 60 
feet mere or less eootaining 1.12 acres more or less. 
Plats irtOi more detailed information are available in 
the Department of Planning. PRINCESS ANNE BOB- 
OCTM. - 

S.PatitiOB I9 motioo of tke Plaming Commissioa of 
tlw at} M Vlrgiaif Beach for a Change of Zoning IMs- 
Irlei Oassifleatiott f^ian 0-1 Office District to AG-1 
Agrieattuvl IMftrid to correct drafting errors liiich 
1^ he^ etrrM over from previous years ttat be- 
eaiM evldHi iriwo ah attempt was made to plot a 
leceat lOolog dmage in the area, beginning at a point 
610 feet more oriels ^fb of Landstown Road on the 
Ea^ tide of llirfland^ &Md nmaing a distance of 70 feet 
owre or len containing 1.16 acres mtn or less. 
Plats with more detailed taitormaiion are available in 
ike Department' of Planhing. PRINCESS ANNE BC«- 
OUOM. 
COKUncmkL USE PERMIT 

4. Apptication of SUteey R. Denny and WUliam E. 
Bareo far a CoaMiMial Use Permit to operate an oA- 
ioer rtcmtkm area-golf driving range and minia- 
ture piif course. 00 certain pn^rty located oa the 
bist side, (rf Holland Road across from Landstowa 
Road, miming a distance of 580 feet more or less 
along tte EaM side of Holland Road, running a distance 
of 499 ieet miHV or less in a Northeasterly direction, 
nwalag a dMaace 14 SO feet more or less In a South- 
easterly direeHoB, nMdng a distance (rf 370 feet more 

. or less along the Soutbem pnq>erty line, running a 4ia- 
taOM Ot I3S leet more or less along the Eastern ^op- 
erty lUe Md nmaing a distance of 1075 feet more or 
less alMg -the . Northern {n^iperty line. &id parcel 
eoataias 1.07 aeres more or less. Plats with more 
detailed llUOnaMhiB are available in tte Departmert 
at Piauiag. PRUfCESS anne borough. 
KEHPSVILLE BOROUGH 
(»NDnKMAL11SE PERMIT 

5. AMMeatiOB at lioasing Systems, Inc., for a Coodl- 
ttoaal Bte tvtmW to erect a temporary 4-foot iqr 4- 
toot irigMMM e« Mrtaln pnyerty located at the North- 
wcil eorwr '^ Prbeess Anne R(»d-aod South Parlia- 

' meat Drive, r^eiag a distarce of 235 feet nM»-e or 
less aloel the WeM skie'itf Parliament Drive, runniv 
i ttateae* otiti feet almg the North side of Princess 
Abm ftoKi, rmmiag a distam:e of 209 feet along the 
Weileni jnt^erty line and mming a distance of ^1 
leef akng tta Northern pnqierty line. Said parcel 
ooetalas 41,700 square feet racHV or less. (Canrianae 
Fan Area). KEMPSnLLE BC»<X1GH. 

AMonmsin 

6. iMlot et tte PlaMlng Commlsskm of tte City tf 
Vtrgiita Bach to amuO and reorteio Article 4, Sec- 
ttoa MI («) of tte 'GwpreieBslve Zm1i« Ordinance 
■e^tetog to ime r epttrtlma tar mMa^pre girtf couraes 
ta tte Mt^t -AfrlaAml IMrict. Moi% detaUed tafOr- 
matM is avjili^e in fta D^artmeM of Pla^ng. 
Rlctard J. Wehbra 

CltyCterit 

1^My2S, M, 2i 



vmoiNU: n the 

CLOK^OFnCE (H^ISE 

cmcoiT (XMmr op the 

CITY OF VIKDOA BEACH 
CW THE IITH DAY OF 
JULY, 1975. 

ta re: Adopttoa (tf Cyiittia 
'LAHinSmipa 
Br. Cardjm Abb EUer and 
Jamas IQ^M- Elter 
Peitttoam 

To: BOl^ Wayne Seitoa 
c/o Calttn^ia l^eHe^l 
la^ttwtiM 
VaeavUle, Ca. M6M 
In C^m^T «C-n-II5 
Htfs dv camoC^trtya 
Aaa nder Md Jamaa Ihl- 
ter SU», PaWioMn, tad 
r^ircsaalad Hmt tte tf^<^ 
of this pt«eo«a« is to 
effect tte aduflieBOf tte 
above aamad taiul. Cya- 
thia Looisc Seitea,^Car- 
olya Aaa EMeraad Jmmb 
Walter EUer, hartaadwd 
wtte, od attkhvtt Itvhw 
bees made ud fOad ttat 
Billy W^ae Seitoa. aaa- 
Mral parent of a»M diOd, 
la a Boa-residcBt of tte 
SMeol Vlrgiiia. tte iM t 
kaowi post offioa addrass 
bdag: c/o Calttoraia 8^ 
Meotal iBstttatioB, Tae- 
aviUe, Ca. 996n It is 
thwdore Ordered that ae 
aald Byiy Wayaa Smrina 
qipaar before this Court 
vittlB tea (10) days aflw 
pririic^lai of this Ordw 
nd Mf^f his aitttadt 
toward tte pnpoaedadop- 
ttoa, or olhtrrise do vdmt 
is Booecaary to protect his 
Uterest la this autter. 
A eopy teste: Jota T. Pea- 
tress, clerk 
Janet A. Gorry 
Broylet. McKeary, Gony 
Attoraeys at Law 
Padfle Ave nd SSift ft. 
Viifhya Beach. Ta. SS4S1 

VB8 Jaly 16, 23. 30, Aag. 
6 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATXm 
VntGINA: Df THE OR- 
COIT COURT OP TOE 
CITY OF VatGOflA BEACH 
MARGARET ELIZABETH 
SAUNDERS, 
Comidatoaat 

RICHARD NELSm SAUN- 
DERS, 
Defeadaat 

la Ckaaeery «C-75-m 
Tte oi^ect (tf lUt mdt 
Is to obtain a divoree from 
bed aad board la bvor 
of Margaret EUsahathSaa- 
dert, comphlnaat, agaiut 
Rlchud WUaax SmmdHt 
defmatait, oa tte gnarit 
of desertion (rf tie part 
of aald defeadaat. Aa af- 
Sdavtf has bauK mad* aad 
filed that due dU^eaeo hat 
been made to detormite or 
ascertato to what Comity 
or Cwpimitioa tte dtfea- 
daat resides wtthoBt effect. 
Tte affidai^ fintto- states 
that terrlce has becB twin 
atteiQted oatte de tta da at 
bat hu beea retanmd -Itot 
PomMT both times. R Is 
(HtDERED that tte dciea- 
daat appear before this 
Court wtthla tea days af- 
ter due poblicatkm of ttit 
Ordnr aad protect his la- 
terestt hereia. S Is (Ht- 
DERED that this Order to 
puUiiAed once a week for 
loar successive weeks in 
tte Tirgiiya Beach ftm, a 
aewspaper published la tte 
aty of VirglBla BemA. 
Virgtoia. 

Aatdl, Batler A Caaada, 
Attya. 

4336 Va. Beadi Blvd. 
VirgiiOa Bca<A, Ta. 

TBS Jaly 16, 23, 30, Aug. 
6. « 



OmUER OP PUBUCATim 

iBtteCIertc'iOnceottte 

Circuit Court of AM Ctty of 

Tirgiaia Beai^ oa ttelOtt 

dayofJriy, 1979. 

Michael B. ChappeUe, 

PlaMifl. 

agalatt 

Margaret A. Chqipdlc, 

DefoBdaat. 

Tteot^ectofttdstiMit 
to oMirin a divorcaamcna 
et thwo toteaaarfadbito 
a uforee a vtoerio amtri- 
mcmi from tte defeBdaat 
opoB ew gromitt (rf desw- 
tlon. 

Aad aaaffhtavttteTtaghaeB 
made ud filed that tte de- 
feadaat is anoa-raddeatof 
tte State of Tlrgtaia, tte 
last kaow* poet afbec ad- 
dress bdag: 101 Star Roate 
A, PatterscB, LoaWaaatt 
is ordered thiU r^do^- 
pear here wMrin toanO) 
(toys aita- itoe paUicttton 
hereof, aad do what mayte 
aeeesHry to prated her 
Merert ta Oris mtt. 
A c«yy-Testo: Km T. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
WaOaee B. tattt, Atty. 
«4 8toBeyPotat 
700 Newtowa Road 
Norfolk, Tlrgii^ 

TK Jaly 16, 23, 30, ^- 

ast6« 



OBMM OP PraUCATUN 
Tlr^ite: n THE CIRCUIT 

amer op toe city of 

TISGINIA BEACH (Ml THE 
Ith DAY OF JULY, 1975. 
Gra^ Lamar WlUhms - 

Kaitta ^toe PowldrWfi- 

I^tttoBtoAdopI 

OuMivfeer Lawmee 

Whaley 

Tam^ Marie Whaley 



Tte d4ed tf tMt ntt 
ta iwr tte pettttoten to 
olitata tte adoptkm of 
C tei rt q m e r Lawrence 
Whal^ aad Tamey Marto 
Wtetoy. 

Aa affldaiM Ms be« 
mat aad Ital ttart Larrf 
tedlMd inaley la hot a 
rMdeat of tUs Sate, aad 
Wa last kaowB addras ta 
4110 Mtfth 9lh Street, 
Charle^n, Soaife Caro- 
Uaa, It ta ordered tod 
te l^ear briontiyt Court 
•lua tM days alter dae 
patiieatloB of thta iwdw 
aad arotert hta tatera^ 

TfiSTE: XXB V. PEN - 
TRESS, CLinC 

RtaOM^BEDairttte 
tora^tlag purtioB of tte 
OrdCT te piddittod oaee 
a wmk tu loar taeees- 
dvt vedm ta tte Ttrgta- 
ta BoMh Shb, a BOfW^aper 
pwWlahcd Md tavtag gen- 
eral drcalatloB ta tte City 
ofN(wiolk,Tirgiita. 
A. E. akma, Atty. 
604 Plasa Ctae Ndg. 
HUffkOk, Virgtata 23510 

TBS July 16, 23, 30, Aug. 
6 4t 



(MDER OF PUBUCATKM 
ta tae Clerk's Office of tte 
Cireait Court ot tte City 
of Ttrgtata Beach, oa tte 
9tt day of July, 1*75. 
BebHt Clareaee Wirtt, 
Ptttatttf, 



ta tte C^ ot TiifWa 
Bm^ Wrftata, kaowa. 



Milled RBtt Pyt Wlrtt, 



tte d^ect of tkta salt 
ta to obtata a divoree a 
ttaedo matrimaail from 
tte said detaadaat,apoa tte 
greaadt of living tqiante 
mi ^fut tor more thM 
aaa (1) year. 

Aad Maffldavittavfagbea 
tUHl filed ttat tte de- 
ta a Boa-raideat 
of tte State of VlrgWa, 
tte bit kaowa poat office 
adlb«ttbetag:P.O.Box65, 
Hdlywood, Marylaad. 
I0636 It ta ordered that 
atedoqipear harewithta 
tea (10) daya aStw dae 
ptflcatloa tereof, aad do 
what may te aecesaary to 
pntaet har iatereat ta tUs 

A OBpy -toate: Km T. 
PENTOESS: CLERK 
Gariaad M. Laytoa, Atty. 
P. O. Boa 5211, 
Bqrtide Statloa 
Virgiata Baaeh Va. 234» 

TK Jaly 16, 23, 30, Aag. 
6, 4t 



vmcHmA: n the 

CLEIdCS (MFPICE OP THE 

dSCUIT COURT OP THE 

Cmr (^TffiCHNIA BEACH 

OH "raS llTH DAY OF 

JULY, 1975 

ta re: Adoptkm of ABtodo 

GataeppfAjtotoae 

By: Canflya Aaa Elder k 

JaiMt Walt^ Elder 

PetitioBers 

To: Joseph Eugene Ro- 

t(dOM 

e^ Graad Dahm Grocery 

HHlerest Hd^ts, Mary- 
land 
ta Chaaeary C-75-i85 
Thta day caaM Carolya 
AMgldaraMteMalW- 
tar Bdar, PaiUeaCTt, aad 
rtpfaaeatad art tta 0ieGt 
d ttta pvoeaedtag ta to 
e»d tte Bdopttoaoftte 



to (Maappf tUMtm. by 
<^ait» Aaa USm Md 
Amat Watttf Ehter, 
hartaad aad wile, aad af- 
OiAayt tavtag bew made 
•id filed thM Aweph Bh 
fna BetdoM, a aataral 
pu«t of Mid ddld, ta a 
■ea-ratidaat ef tte Sirta 
of mr^da, tte last kaom 
pest oOea address faetag: 
t^ Graad UaAoa Grocery 
ain. HUtercst Bdglto, 
Maridaad. I ta there- 
fwaOntorad art tte aald 
iBHph EagsM Re- 
tolnnn irnnar beloiv thta 
Coart i^ibTtM (10) days 
•Sw fiMifaffa^ of thta 
(Mm- aad lirtierte hta rt- 
tttade toward tte pnpos- 
od adoptioa, or ottmrwise 
do tittBt ta Becesnry to 
pntert hta tatm^ta thta 



A copy taste: Jota V. Pm- 
tran, (Seric 
Jamst A. G<HTy 
'BrojAei, MdCeary, (torry 
Attmwyirt Law 
Radflc Ave. aad 35a St. 
Tirgtata Beaa, Ta. 23451 

TK July 16. 23, 30, Aug. 



NOTICE 

Puiauaal to a cmlata 
decree ^ered on tte 17tt 
day ot Jammry, 1975, ta 
tte Cinntt Omrt of tte 
City (rf Tirgtata Beadi, 
Tir^iria ta tte mtfer <rf 
MBMrtytto,Jr.;T/A&i- 
p«t Mntag and Shertag 
C1M9H9 v. C^wtat W. 
I^maa aad taet Bftum 
Dadcd Barter lOMl, tte 
OBdersigaed vUl ^w in- 
Mie oa Pritey, Mgait I, 
lf» at 12:00 Kooartpnfe- 
UcHdioa, tottel^ed 
Uidff, ta frort of tte 
CearthOBM, Tlrgiaa 
Beai^ Tlr^ita tte wo- 



as T^ 6, Md tte Nor- 
ttera 30' of Lot 5. ta 
Block 5, as shown n- 
OB tte itat of BOCMC^ 

mASmmm park, 

MadPdinBrylO,1925. 
aad 4i^ ot record ta Ite 
ClMt'sOtftoeeftteCir- 
&at Court <d tte City 
oi Virgtata Beach. Vir- 
gtata, ta Mi« Book 7 
rt page M; r e ferenee 
to sahl ^t tetag terc- 
by amde lot a morepar- 
Umtat detcr^Uoa aad 
tocitfM(tf tte aforesaid 
pn^erty. 

Said pn^erty bdng 
kaeum. aaattara^ aad 
dertpiatod aeeordta^ totte 
prasart sytt^ et aum- 
b«tagu221 MarlMeSt. 
Tirgtata Beadi. Tbgtata. 
T««s of taM ate dmU 
te mmoMcad rt tte time 
ot tte nte. ^qrtred bead 



Said prapMrty brtag Mb- 
Jed to c«tate Ueat and 
mortiagaa, a detaflad list- 

all wMch Aatt teavaU- 
rttteaate. 

Tkta ^-ta td^ed to 
tte coBflrmatloB of tte 
C^Mrt. Terms: 10%depostt; 
cmA, certited Aetk, ot- 
easUo^s check rt time 
of safe to bo »nlM to 
tte purchase price wttt 
tte balaace to te paU at 
setttemert. 

Reztord R. CterrymM 
apedrt C o m mto ston e r 

Thta ta to ecrtiiy that 
tte eoart-ordered aarety 
boml hnwta hu bsaduly 
givM aad posted ta coa- 
flbmtty with Code of Tir- 
gtata, 1950, l-CSS. 
Jota T. Peatrcss, Cterk 

TBS July 16, 23, 30, Aag. 
6 '•t^-^^^^ 

ORDER 
TI^INIA: IN TOE 
CLERK'S OPnCE OP THE 
(HRCUrr COURT OF THE 
CITY OP TlRCHinA BEACH 
CHI THE DAY OF JULY, 
1975. 

ta ra:Adaptl0BOf CYNTHIA 
AHNMOSBER 
By: MICHAEL STEPHEN 
GOGAM 
Pettttoaen 
To: DoaaM Ray Boms 
c/o Mrs. HrtM Aart>dle 
FiveWatadStrart 
AubUB, New YoriL 
ta Chaacery «C75-959 
Thta day came Mii^d 
Steptaa Gogu and Ltada 
Marto Mosher (jogaa, Pe- 
tfttoaart, and rqveseded 
ttrt tteobjedofttta^o- 
caadiBg ta to . f f^ i wt tte.. 

ed ii^Ht, Cyrthta Aaa 
MoshM-, by Mldmel Ste- 

nGegaa aad Uada Mar- 
ioaher GogM, hadwad 
aad wife, aad affldavtttav- 
tac bom BttdeaadtUedttat 
DoaaU Ray Buras. aaatar- 
rtparart of said chl]d,ta 
a mm-residcrt Id tte State 
of Vlr^da. tte last tawwn 
port oiOce address Maf. 
c/o Mrs. Hetafl AaabeUe, 
Five Walad Street, Au - 
ban. New York. It tattere- 
fore Ordered ttrt tte aaid 
Doaald Ray Bmrm appear 
before thta Coort wlthta 
tn (10) days after pub- 
licrttoarttUs Order and 
tadieate hta/her attitude 
toward ttepreoposedadop- 
tkm, or oihm else do lArt 
ta aecenuT to pratet Us 
taterertta&s matter. 
A omr teste: Jdhn T. Pea- 
trsM, Cl«k 
ItflMS E. ^Tdges 
241SP»^eAwHMe 
mrgtata Beadh. Tlrghte 

TBS Jriy 16, a. SO. Aag. 6, 

« 



(»I»S OP PUKICATIM 
ta tte Ctefk's OiliM d 
Ite Cirott Coort of tte 
aty of Tirgiata Beach, <m 
tte 9tt <tay d Jaly. 1975. 
Beverly Jaae PopUa Toey 
natatffl. 



Duryl Lee Toey, 



Tte oMed of thta aitt 
ta to onata M ahadate 
Divntee fnm tte aald de- 
feadaat, ppoa tte granads 
ofdMMttoa. 

Aad Mrtfldavtttevtagbeee 
ndeaadtBodttetftiedi- 
l^eBce hu beu used by 
or ta bdmlf of tte C«n- 
plaiud to aseertata ta 
which coady or cor- 
porattoa tte drtendad ta. 
wtthod etied, tte tad 
kaon pMt office addreu 
b^(: 5*ii Newtowa Ardi, 
Apt. 101, Tirgiata Beadi, 
TirglBia it is ordered ttat 
te do appear here irtlUn 
tcB (10) days after due 
pdrflCTttoa terettf , aad do 
whd may te aeceaaary to 
probd htaideredtattta 
s^. 

A a^q r-Teste: Xmi T. 
FWMTSESS, CLEBK 
TIdeiader Legrt Aid 80c- 



TOOl 



iDnteStred 
Norfott, Tirgtata 23510 

TBS My 16, 23, 30 Aug. 
6 « 



'TS 



ofttosee«tataloU, 
^e^ «>paredsdlud, 
sttmte. ^rtagmrtbrtv 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

b tteCMt'sCMBndflm 

Cireatt Coet (d tte Ctty 

of TlifMs Beaeii, oa tte 

UttdvofJaly, 1975. 

miltam TbMMS &«u, 

flataUfl, 

tftta^ 

Ifaifsnt Mta Krtiu Ea- 



tatated 

Tte (ftiMt d thta Mtt 
to to obtata a dtrarM a 
vtacato matrlmorti from 
tte aald ddenlul, upoa 
Ite groMito dsvarrtlai 
to m«« nam one (1) ymur 
(ao tadt) 

Aad u aflMavtt tadag 
bsM made and filed ttrt 
tte ddeated ta a aoB-re- 
dded of tte State of Tir- 
gtata, tte lad kaowa pod 
office addreu bdap 7K 
Tnaoa IMve, Jrtiaoa • 
vUle, NMitt OinUm M ta 
wdered ttd rte do^ppeu- 
here wiMa t« (U) dai« 
after ihie ptMiesHda tere- 
d, aad do whrt amyteaec- 
enary to pnted ter ta- 
tmredtaWsmA. 
A oyy - TWte: KMK T. 
FENTRESS: CLOK 
Gariaad H. Laytoa 
1510 Pleanro Hoau Road 
Virata Beadi, TirgWa 

TBS Jdy 23, SO, Aag. 6, 
13, « 



(»tins (ff PUBUCATKHI 
ta tte (n«1t's (Mfiee d tte 
arcatt Court d te Cltyd 
Tirgiata Bea<A, OS tte 17tt 
day d Jdy, 1975. 
Roteatary WaHoa McNert, 
Ptaldifl, 



Garrett Edwta Mdfert, 



Tte ofajed d ttta suit 
ta to obtata a divorce from 
tte hoods d matrloMay 
frma tte aald dateadad 
apoa tte grounds denid^ 
aaddaMrttoa. 
Aad urtBdavlttavtagbew 
1 filed ttat tte 
t ta aam-reslded 
d tte State d Tirgtata, Hw 
lad iaewa pod offlce ad- 
dreu bdag: R-IMv., U.8.S. 
R. L.Page(I»G-5),P.P.O. 
New Yofk, lte« YOTfc 09501. 
tt ta ordered tM te doap- 
pear here wtthta tM (10) 
days after dw pririlcatioe 
terod, aad do whrt aiayte 
aecessary 'to proted hta 
tatmred ta thta satt. 
A eopy -Teste: JOHN T. 
FENTRESS, Clot 
Edwanl T. Crtoa. m 
2501 Paelfle Aveau 
Tirgiata Buck. Tirgiata 

TBA July 23, 30 Aagud 
6, 13« 



OKINER OP PUBUCATHH 
ta tte Clerk's Office d tte 
Ctacdt Court d tte City 
d Tirgtata Beach, m tte 
llttdaydJdy. I9TO. 
Baatter Thoea OuistoB 

iiatad 

Sotert Edward Chridoff, 

DefSadad. 

Tteo^teddlUauftta 
to obtata a divmree a mean 
d ttero tram tte said de- 
faadad apn tte grouads 
ddeserttoa: 

Aad M aflUavlt tavtag 
boM made aad filed thrt 
tte d e faad a d ta a noa-re- 
dded d tte State dTir- 
gtaia, tte lad kaowa pod 
office addreu bdag: TP- 
24, Navrt AirStatioa, Jtd(- 
aoavlUe, Florida 32201 ttta 
(Hdered ttrt te do anmar 
here wtthta tu (10) days 
sfto* (toe puMlcatioa hen- 
d, aad do itet amy te u- 
oessary to proted hta ta- 
terert ta tfeta satt. 
A eapy - teste: Km T. 
POnBESB, CLERK 
Rhodu * WatSM 
2^ Tlrrtata Beach Blvd. 
Tirgtata Beach, Tirgiata 

TBS Jdy U, 30, Aag. I, 
a. 4t 



ORDER Of PUBLTCATKMI 
tatteCl«t't(Mlee(tftte 
Orutt Qmrt d tte City 
d Tirgtata Beadi, oa tte 
14tt day d Jdy, 1975. 
Martta Chapeaa, 
mUatifi, 



Aattoqr D. Chapaam, 



Tte d4ed d thta si« 
ta to cMita a (Bvoree a 
viacato mrtri m o dl frtu 
tte said dstaadadapoa tte 
groodt at liviag sepairte 
aad apart fw tte pnrtod 
d oae year, stace Jum 
19, 1974. 

Aad u aflltevtt tavii« 
be« aude ud filedthrttte 
ddndad ta a aoa-reshi- 
art d tte State d Ttq^- 
ta. tteladtanwapodd- 
fiee adffrus bdag: Ptea- 
sart Ridge, G reufU te, 
Soatt Cardtaa. it ta(ndm-- 
ed ttrt te do anpear here 
wtthAi tu (10) Aiys after 
dM padicaUoa hereof aad 
do whrt amy te aeeauary 
to {ffoted hta i^^ert ta 
ItMtmtt. 

Aem - Tede: Km T. 
PQITRI^, CLERK 
Ctarfc, StdaUtet-, n. Ata 
211 PuAote Tteee Mg. 
PeaardceO^wPark 
Tirgtate B«M*, Ta. 846 

TK Jdy 23, M, Aag. 6, 
13, « 



OBSm OP POBUCATKMI 
btteClerk'8(»ieedtte 
Cirott Coart d tte Cityd 
Tirgida Beadi. M tte tm 
^yofJdy,J»75. 
B^^dftt P> lAktef vooSy 

«aii^ ' 

Etatoe R4^ Umtermed, 



tVMtte 



ttemddi 

tfflWldi Ol'4-r— — — 

AaduinifevtthaN««l>Ma 
MdtMlflMttrtlMde- 
fwted ta adm-iMMrt 
d tte BMa d ftti^te. tte 
tart loMHl ptot fl^a ad- 
*eu bdi« »», Sf^ 
Mad, IWedj»(Wt, New 
Y«M* 13I«, c/o Joe Rlp- 
}0f ^ iv «—«#'«<« ««♦ '»•" 

do afpear here iMh ta tu 
(10) daya a^> du pabU- 
crtkm hue9Bt, aad do whrt 
amy te ascusary to pro- 
ted he- taierad ta tUs 

Aeonr-Testa: Jota T. 
Peataen.CbrtE 
ESdwaN T. CrtOB, ID 
2501 PwdOe Avaaw 

TlrghA Bate*, mrgirta 

TBS Jdy a, 30 Augut 
6, 13 « 



pear hm lM«i 
d^ ^M du piilt,„-., 
iMwt md do MM mny te 
aoMMWT toptft^Ha ta- 
ter^tafltestf. 
A eajg-l^ste; XW T. 
TSKliXSi OJSOL 
Ctart.aUterAQMw 
aMVa.BeMii,nni. 
Ta. Baai*. Ta. 23«2 

TBS i^ a, 30 Au^ 
6. I3 « 

(XDBS OP pohjcahw 
btteaetfc'sOiteeaftte 
Cireatt Coart d tt» C^ 
d Tirgtata Baadi, oa flw 
lUi day (4 Ji^'. 1>^- 
ftOBMsJ.Neamelk, 
nrta^ 



Bora^ AdUM 



OKDmafnmMCmm 

taiteClufc'tQffiuaflte 
OrMtt Court d tte C%d 
Vin^dla Beadi oa tte ua 
di^ of Jdy, 1975. 
F«iaii«a W. Ltmbut, 
nttdifl. 



Tte i^ed d Bis mA 
ta to (*Wi a mtofeak 
Ttedo MrtrtaMdl from 
Uti sahl rtafamhiBt. Hxwlta 
graaada daMtnyfliMlSH 
aerttoa. 

AadwaSldadttavtagten 
madeudfitadartttede- 



bwt. 



„___ ta a 

d tte SIrtt d nigidi, 
aetad . 



Tte object d ttta Mtt to 
to oMata adtvoreeAMan 
Et Thoro totomerfadvoa 
proper appMcrtJu to a dl- 
worce A TtaedoHrtri- 
moaU &W8 ttw said defU- 
dad. apoa ae gnmate d 
acturt aad ooaatraetivede- 
lertiaa. 

Aad uaflldavtttaviBgbeu 
made aad ttad ttrt tte de- 
faadad ta aaoa-resldedd 
tte SMe d TtagWa. tte 
bd kaoaBpoddBeead- 



YMkAtanddwdttadste 
do 



(VSi days aterdwpdbttea- 
ftoa hHwot, ud do lart 
may te ascasury to pro- 
tect ho- tatwast ta ttta 

A emr - tede: Km V. 



Cafo'. Bwver Damln- 
tnckytttaordmedthrtdm 
do iVpear hmw wlfitti tea 
(l(h dns ^er du puUi- 
cdtoahwed, aaddoiArt 
Buy te aeeeuary to pro- 
ted ho- tatered ta ttta 
utt. 

A co py-Teate Km T. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Braytet, McKeary d Gor- 
ry 

Padlto Ave i 39tt Stred 
Tirgida Beach. Ta. SS4S1 

TBS Jafy a. 30 Aagud 
6.13 4t 

(»I»R OF PUBUCATXM 
tatteOetk'tOffiMdlte 
Cireatt Coart d tte Ctod 
Tirgtada Beach. « tte IStt 
d^r ot July, 1975. 
Dahra A. " 
Pbtaitfl, 



_ ; CLEtt 

Bryaa^ Prlflta A 
l»lMarttlaMTo*«' 
NorlDlk, Tirgiata rniO 

TBS Jdy a, a, Aag. I, 
13, 4t 

OU«K OP PUBOJCATKM 
tattaCtat'tOiaeeoftte 
Cireatt Coart d tte C^ 
d Tli|$ata Boaci. oa tte 
14ttdaydJdy, IfTS. 
CathuiM Tvaer Edanada 
Pblatlfl, 



R. 



,1V. 



Tte ohiod d thU sutt 
ta to ottata a divoroe a 



Biehard Ctertes Sttth. 



ha itiiiiU 
tolBdNrtaTdiyoreeada- 
cato antrtaMidl trtiai tte 
leaded, 1901 tte 
of aaparatiaa for 
aae(l)y«ar 

Aad wrtDdavtt tavtagbeu 
auda aad filed ttrt Ite de- 
faadmtt ta aam-raddddd 
tteState d ni^ata, tte 
lad kaowa pod oOlee ad- 
dran bdag: P8C Boa 1U9 
SPO Bew Twfc, Hew Tack 
tttawdnedttrttedou- 



tte aaM dalaadad qma tte 
dote year's CM- 
ntatOTupted sv 
aralica. 

Aad u affidavtt tevtag 
beu made tad fltod thrt 
tte dahadad ta a aoa-re- 
aidadd tte State fli Tir- 
giata. ttsbdkaoaBMd 

OfllM Bn I041S, Tl- 
moaiaBB, Marjrtaad XIOM 
tt ta arderad thrt te do 
aitaar hare alfite tu (10) 
dura after dw pi A¥in ^ 
herad, Md do whrt bh^ 
te aaeanaiy to proted hta 
tatued ta Ifeta adL 
Aeeaw * Taslr. JOOI T. 
PEMTUSS: CLESK 
Picfcatt,8|ato«Lyte 
3SS4 migida Beadi Uvd. 
P.O.Buan 
Tirgiata Buck, Ta. 0492 

ras Jaly a, M^ Aag. 6, 
U « 



NOnCE TO THE PUBLIC 
Notiee ta ter^ givw ttrt tte Tliftata Electric 
aad Power CoBapaa^ m Odoter 21. 1974. fitod wtth 
tte State Qtfporatiw Omimlstina d Tfaitata u 9- 
piieatiM reqawttag a teammry tacnau ta Iteratu 
dar^ for gu auvtoe. Thta teavnary tacruau wu 
grated by tte GoMd^u ud beeaaw dtedtaa for 
aU swvfee readsrad u aid rttar Deeemter 1, 1974. 
Tte Coavmqr ffiad a aeual^vtterttoafn-atatter 
taeraau ta rrtu u a pBrmtaad haata m imm 27, 
Ifn. ta tts mlieallfla for iiaimaaad rrtu Ite eem- 
pur atae propows iw^nvrt d Td^orary ttdu- C 
ta to f amata ta effort u toag u aacasuyy to 
gu aoaau ad otterwtu 




aaf Teafmrary Rider C auy te 
ta tte olBetd ite Cowatasln Ctarfc (Mr rt 
a^offleaof tte Omvai^ whee ^s MUs may te pdid. 
Tte Cmamttriw hnt SMpaadad ttw dteettve drtu d 
iteae pw p oted ralu hMJms *cteddad a haariag u 
boa tte U^maj ud pwameut ^jHftHnu ta tts 

RidMwad, TligtaAi. rt 
1MB AJI.aa October 14, li~^ 

Tte itrnfonrf taoaau will ramita ta 
tte ^dt of tte (^mud^M hu tovartiBtad tkp I 
rtdMBBt d tte propased r^s. tte pOh^ haaitog hu 
beu hdd, aad a teal dadtalu u to tta aaeesstty fln- 
tt taeraBM hu bau r aa dera d bf tte Cnmmtaafcm 
U ttw taiqorary tafoeau sfeeahl to datemiaed to te 
eaiasrtva, ttu ae eseeu uaoud Itatt hu teu ed- 
todtad vfll te rafitadod wflh l^red by tte Compaay. 
ff aa (^oaHBiutoa flatt art a rrte tacreau ta aoadad, 
ttea tt will order tte sndmrge termtaded ud irioi 
adhorlM Bh Cmivay to taneautts ratutatte I 



Tte (^avaqr hu ban directod to fib Ida ttw Com- 
misdu Ite tattanqr Ml eddbtts d tte wttaaaau 
tt prapoMt to oOar ta support of tts apdlutioas by 
SapteBrter 19, IfTS. tMs mrterial may be rodawed 
rtter ttrt date ta tte ofBoe d Ite (^mual^M «- rt 
aqr office d ttm Compaay Men gubilb amy te paid. 
Tte Staff d tte CommlasiM hu beu «reeted to ua- 
d«tate. u tavaet%atin to Mermtoe tte raaaouMe- 
aeu d tte (^m^Hqr'a rrtu ud to fite ttet^iaMNnr 
aad uMlitti d te wttaenu to OtMbot S. lt»; aad 
mi mImM aMr%tMvta«edrttte(AfcedttM(k»i- 
mtartuaterthrtdite. 

Aty pmrau wto aqm^ to partic^rte rt tte pUUe 
taadtag u a prdestad to (Ar evUaaee aad to erou 
umitee witaesMt flidl fib a Idiee d Pidul u pro- 
vided bf tte Commtastoa's ftdu at Pra^ md tin- 
eedne, oa or balMe iam^ a. 1975. Atao. oKk pm>- 
aoa Mo pnposu to parildtate u a oroteatart rtirtl, 
oa or beioro Odebe- 3. 19^, fib a Prot^, tofsttw 
wtt tM e^M d tf mcared toattmoay sad tfMte 
^M mm p^BM aapam to dlnr, ud ahaD auve 
aodpf ttmwddBB eeaud IM- tte Cemmf mt t^iem 
aO rthd- prd^Mi ranimiHn Mme. fW te&e d 
Pretert, aad^re-^dMdtau^ md uhMt ahaU to 
fltad mWi tte CoMBhatea'a Ctek rt Ite bdow lirted 



Aay iatartad p«soa wto d^ru to rttead tte heartag 
as u tate rv ea or, a- ^wfrt pdUic witeeu, ed to 
lute a stalw at t ^ hta earn hela^ seed edy(ttaoU- 
tf tte f ffl MBtattoa ta lottlag ^ filtag a aoitoe amd 
wtt l^iam C. toav, OertE, P.O..Ba 1197, Sltii- 



^fhte ^M ud m immt ta tte Coaute- 
dM's C««^oam,rt 9:« A.II. 4b OetabH- 14, 1^, 



ned^eddttdssidta 
to (ditata a dl^ r u fto m tte 
bnadsd ^drkaoa^'ftiMi 



aiC ewqtetf i aetea^-Maatuu tern to te prod- 
dad^ tte Commta d oa 'a teWf. 
1%0daBacMeuir 



TM My a, a, Aug. 6, 13, « 



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QKSM. OF PUHJCATKHf 
li Mm t&rvM mri of tte 
dty of YUtfala BeMk » 
Uw Mktftj^Jne, Wli. 
ftwdi^ccEisio 

t. 

lofeaGtofftBluo, 
AdArMS Uakaowa, 



ttat ite te ipp»r ter« 
wAttI MU^yfl after 
^fttUetUM ktrwrf, aaii 
te vlMi W9 bt oMMMrr 
to ^fUtA her lateeert to 
tUsntt. 

A c^-T«rtr. Kim V. 
FIMI^BSS: CLERK 
Bn^les, McKatrr 4 Gor- 



CBARCERY K). 

Tkt 0i«et of tux s«it 
M IH- tkt «iMq>MMiA to 

BBIIM vNI at OlHIWIm 

ft ttwrc* frcm tt* taads 
o( MAiimaf <» tlie 
mWit tM tte ptrttes 
HW Uwd M^tnte and 
i^it, vMnrtetMUMloa, 
tor % pertad (rf nore Uba 
t«»X^ yMTs. jurt tffidaf it 
itettetsaid 
U net a resi- 
4«t ol the itate tA Vir- 
IM*. fet to hwritjr npir- 
etf to a^aar withto ten 
{1^ 4iyt rter dw pnb- 
Ucatiwhennfaai«io«feat 

Sbe aeeaaaanr to;iro- 
Ua taMrasto. tt is 
OKOSSLtSi ttat tUs Order 
he pablMadOMea mttk 
tor to«r (4) aWMMive 
veaia to tiiiW* Baadi 
9mk, a B«««ap«r haviag a 
goMiral drcn^tai to tte 
Ctty of Vtrftato BeaA, 
Vif«iMa. 

Oon-tMte: Km V. FER- 
TRC88: CLERK 
TtoMlIn V. FtodMS, 
Peter K. Batiatos * Aa- 
twiattf, fJC. 
tm AttoBtic Matknal Baak 



41S a. Pavl's Vottle«ard 
Rorftdk. Vindnto 23S10 

VPS My 9, 16, 21, 10, 4t 



(HtDQt OF niBUCATlOR 

b tte Clerk'a Office of 

the Clr^t Coart <A tte 

Ctty of Viri^Bto Beach, oa 

tta Slatdayof Jaljr, 1975. 

ABMrt RejTMdda Crato, 

PtoirtUI, 

acalBrt 

Kara Zoto Beck Crato, 



Karezua 



Tte ai4ect <rf ttto salt 
to lo ohtato a divorce a 
miwwa etthoro to te mer- 
ged toto a divorce a vto- 
odo Batriao^ from tte 
aaid defnd uk, qno tte 
frawda of deaertiOB. 
Aad aa affidavit haviaKbecB 
laadfUedttetttede- 
to a aoB-restoeat 
(tf tte Stote of Tlrctato, 
tte laat kaow* post office 
hrii«: 10N8 



dlifmda M'tls'-^Mere*! 

tmrnt dv'aMpar.itetvi 

«Mto tea (10) tf4« aftor 

dM pabUnUM hereof, aad 

do vtat may te aecesnry 

to protect ter interert to 

thtoavit. 

A copy-teate: JC«R V. FER- 

TBESS: CLERK 

nae, Ftoe, Lc(nm A Fine 

LavBidkHflg 

RmMk, Virtiato 23S10 

VBS Joly 90, Aat. fr, IS, 
to 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATIOM 
to tte Ctoit'a Office of tte 
Cireatt Court irf tte City of 
Tlrctoto Beach on tte 23rd 
dayo(My,tvn. 
Bcaato R. Wooito, 
PtototUf. 



PamA Jaae Woods, 



mt 



are« k Meifie Ave. 
Va. Beach. T>. 234S1 

vlw J«ly M, AuKO^ I, 13 



C»DER OF PUBUCATION 

to tte Cteric's^Wce (rf tte 

Cirevtt Caort <tf tte City (d 

Virciato Beach, M tte 2«h 

dayitf Jaly, im. 

Jeaae W. mnber, 

PUiitifl, 

aplut 

Ir^ LaetUe Iteadter. 

D^HKtoat 

Iteobjedofthtosattto 
tor tte pettthmer, freM 
LwUle Baatter, to aeeare 
alimony aad tappwt troto 
J^ae W. Baotow, tte «»- 
pUiaairt to tte abovestylad 
nit. 

Aad aaafOttovittevtoKheea 
Bwte aad tiled ttattteco- 
mj^aiaairt to a aoa-ra^- 
deal (« tte Stile of Vir- 
gisto, tte last kaom post 
(^ce adft«ss tetog: Un- 
ited States Navy. OUaaiM, 
Japu. tt to ordered ttette 
do qpear here vlthto ten 
(10)days after dMprtiliea- 
tkn terectf . aad do vtet 
may te aeeeasaiy to pro- 
tect hto tofeieat to ttto su- 
it. 

A eoOT-TMte: tOm V. 
FEMTRESS, CLERK 
Kdlam, Picfcrdl A U«- 
IM- 

First A MerdtaaU Baak 
Bolkiiag 
Mrafidk, Virgiato 

VBS July 30; Aagaat S. 13 
20 4t 



(SioER OF pi}blr:atiom 

VntGDOA: W THE 
CIRCUIT CCWRT OF THE 

crnr of virgdiu beach 

cm THE 9THDAY0F JULY 

1975 

FIRST k MERCHARTS RA- 

TKWALBAMK 

Coaplataaat, 

Vs: 

CARL G. IHCK 

P. O. Box 899 

Manhvilte. Mass QS090 

and 

AHITA F. raCK 

P.O. Boi 999 

iiarahviUe, Mass. 02060 



Tte obiect of thto satt 
Is to obtoto a ^rce A 
naeato Matrimaffi^ fron 
tkesald ptoirtiff,i«K«tte 
maads ef oaa-y«ar eoo- 
ttmoas a^anttoa. 
Aadttaffidavtttevtogheea 
■ade aad fltod thrt tte de- 
inttat to a aoa^reaideflf 
of tte State ^VirgWa, tte 
last kaom pert office ad- 
«gM* bring; e/o BoMqr R. 
McComta, (M7 Lobett, 
DtUu, Tens tt toonterid 



C75-9I7 
Tte oUect of^idMm 
il)t#Htt1lB toi4|MMiBee 
<ift«alMtotodia«Nbadsta 
tiM «U a( Cea^alat. to 
ordw to ntisfy a ^- 
meat widdi vaa readered 
apilBst tte d^endaitts, 
Carl G. Dick and itotta 
F. mdL Aad tt vvaar- 
tol \n alfidavtt filed ac- 
cord!^ to U« that tte 
detoadarts Carl G. Dick 
and Aidta F. Dtek, are aot 
resldaato <A tte State of 
Vlrglida, aad tteir last 
kaon addreaa to P.O. Beat 
IM, Mar^ville, Haas. R 
to llMn^rcOKDERCDthat 
tte Hid Carl G. Dick aad 
Ai^a F. I^k do appear 
wtthto tea (10) days after 
itae pnUicattoaof thtoCM*- 
der, to tte Ctarfc's Office 
of tte afitfeaaW Coart and 
do irimt toaeMsaary to 
protect their flterert. R to 
torther (»I»ERED ttetthto 
Order te pablishad oaee a 
veek tor toar neessive 
wades to tte Virginia 
Bea^ am a nevqaper 
prMgi to tte City of Vir- 
giida Beach, Vlrgtoto. 
A copy teste: John V. Fea- 
trws: Ctofk 
HaroUJ. Gootaan 
Attorney A Lav 
ntO farrow toad 
Choapeake, Va. 233^ 

VM My II. 23, »>, Aog. 
«, « 



NOnCE Q» SALE 

m THE ciRCurr court of the city of vnt^RiA 

BEACH 

aniET c. styron, 

Comidaiaa^ 

iAMES L. STYWMI, LUCILLE B. STYROH, JAMES 

L. STYR(W. JR aad HAW3iJ)S. STYRCW. 

DetoadaaU 

CHAMCERY RO. C-75-159 

PURPART to a decree of tte Cirodt Coort irf tte 
CttT of Vifttria Bea<A, made and eittered oa tte 29tt 
day of May. 1971 to tte Chaacery Caase of SIdaey C. 
ginon omirfff— ■* v. Jama L. Styroa, et aU, de- 
Mate, ve^iilai Moaday, Aagnrt «h, 1975 at 9:30 
ft n tt tte frotf door id Cir^t Coart RaiAn- Oae 
tk tte City of Virginia Beach, Viifinto, located at 
BrtKen Anne to nto City, ottjer tor nle to tte h^hrat 
Mdder sabied to eotforaatioo Iqr tte Conrt tte ftrilow- 
iai deserfiied r^ laidptaty: 
All that «rtato tract, piece or jJarcel (rf land with 
tte Wt<Ml« and imintnrera^s tterem and tte 
OBarMMMm tterraito ai^ertaiatoK, sUwte, lytog 
Sbe^ to tte City (4 Vitfiato Beadk, Virgtoia, 
aad being more partladarly described aa Mto«s: 

BKHRMMG at a Pm( 22 Uiri» tnm tte road aad 
r^M R-ie 1/2 W. 10.25, Post N. 7€ W. 4.25 
pSTb. 75 W. S.51 Post R. 75 W. 7,t3GiimR. 75 
W l.M, Oak M. -ra *. 2.32 Piwf M. 75 W. 1.66 
Mbte R. 75 W. 2.53 Pine R. 75 W.l.OBGwaR. 
«y. 2.51 Gw to Cnrt^ Itoe, a raJra^afWMte 
tfA Ayer», thence R. • E. 2.59 Cam R-4»i4f. 

r's m i. »« Ftoe,*. I 1/2 k. 1.41 MapteR. 
• 1/4 «. l.« ^B R. 4 E. 1.48 Oak R.lT/21. 
1 m IM to Bettw's 11^ a conwr d Write aad 
daft (toce S. « E. 40 Om S. S2 1/2 E. 2.15 
^^ 'i. 11 E. 2.M Gum S. «l £. i.54BMdlS. M 
1/2 t. 2.41 nsK SNmp S. 61 3/4 E. 1.61 Pte Stim 
i, «2 1/2 E. %M ILiple S. 61 E. 5.91 Mi^e S. 62 
1/4 B. 13.59 Gam S. 67 E. 1.54 UtchR. 713/4 
f.tt MA R. # 1/2 t. f.M XKsA%. trig. 2.W 



to MoTto Neck Road, ttew* atong tte rdad S. 
4 \l% W. 10.31 to tteteglmttag. contitolng 57 acres. 

ExcMiag tter^nm tte follovtog de«:ribed jM«p- 
erto emiveytd to ivma L. Syroa, Jr. ^ teed from 
mm C. ^rm. datad Ainu 9, 1969 and My rein- 
ed totteCtoit'stMectftteClreaitCoitft^tteCtty 
of Vitfiato Beai^, Vlrgtoto toDeedBook I10«at page 166 
and to trhkA (toed said oe^ed ^t^erty is more par- 
tlctttorty described as foltovs: 

All <tf ttet certata tract, piece or parcel (rflaad, 
tttoate, lyiag aad being to tte Puago Boroogb ot 
tte Ctty of Virgiato Beadi, Viiftoto, and betog more 
particutorty dM^ted as "2.06 Ac." on U»t cer- 
toto idat eatttled -SUMXVraOM OF P^P^TY OF 
STOrIy S. STYROR, D.B. 312 - P 345, LWATEp 
HEAR CREEDS PURCX) VmSOXm, VKGDIIA BEACH, 
VA »; «hieh Idat to dated March 13, 1969, and was 
made by W. B. Gallv, Surveyor, aad which put is 
attedied terete to te rworded simnttaneously tere- 
witb; reference to aaU jdat tetoC ter^ made for a 
more partlcalar (teacrip^ aad locatton of tte atore- 
descriM property. 

TERMS* CA^. Tte sucMSSfOl bidder wiU te 
re«|Bired to dwosit ten (10%) percent <rf te puKhase 
IHice at tte titoe that the property to tawcked dowa 
to Um, Witt the balance to te paid withto ten (10) 
days. 

W. EDWARD HUDGINS. JR., SPECIAL COMMBSIORER 
JAMES A. G<«RY. id , SPECIAL COMMISSIORER 
TfflS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE B(WD FOR SPECIAL 
CCMMISaORISS HAS BEEN DULY EXECUTED IN THE 
CLBUt'S OFFKE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF VIH- 
GIRU BEACH. _ 

ATTECT: JOTN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

BYRDGES * HUDGOrS 
Attorneys at Law 
Vlrginto Beach, Virginto 

VBSJalySO, Aagvste, 2t ^r 



OFnCIAL NOnCE OF REGULATIONS REGARDWG 
DUE PROCffiS PROCEDURES FOB HANDICAPPED 
CHH^IMIEN F(» THE VHtGINU BEACH PUBUC 
SCHOOLS 

On May 23, 1975, tte Board of EdocatioB of tte C(m- 
moBwealtt of Virginto adofled new regoUUons for due 
process procedures tor handicapped chiUren. These re- 
gutottons are applicable to all handicapped childrea 
wto wiU te enrolled to qwcial education programsto tte 
Virginto Beach PaUit SdMwto during tte 1975-76 school 
year and to all handicapped t^ldren presenUy In the 
program aeheitatod tor reevaloatioa during the 1975-76 
s^ool year. 

Tte regatotions provide due process guarantees to tte 
t^iiV and placemeflt of handicapped children and rad 

Hrotal Permission tor Testing. When there to rea- 
son to believe ttet a eUld to to need of specUl educa- 
tion services or i«en a child curreaUy receiving 
qwcial adncatioB services becomes tte sttf>Ject of 
iadivldiml evaluation procedurea (formal testing and 
assessment), advaace written penussioa for such pro- 
cedures shall te obtained btnn tte pareid. 

Parental Peniitosion tor Program Change. Whowver 
a change to i^vposed to tte way to which educa- 
tioaal services are provided to tte educational program 
of a <AUd wto has beta tooad eligOde for q>ectol 
edacrtion, incladtog proposed ctenges resulting from 
periodic reviews, advance written permission shall 
te (Maiaed Itam tte parent. Sadi permissioa shall 
teoMaiaedtor 

n. isBicamMt intotte spectolaAMatiOBpragraffl,or 

b. a>8i«ea wtttda the special eitoeatldD program, or 

c. Assignineat oat of tte qiectal education program. 

A paraat may ^ipeal tte recommmdatioos of tte local 
sdKMi divtotoa Special Education Placemeot Commit- 
tee n^rdi^ tte qiacial educatlM {dacement ot Us 
(ttU tQ aa iadepeadeat evaluatioa committee to aceord- 
aace witt theae regalattoes. 



VBS July 30, It 



IKmCE OF PUBUC HEARING 

Virginto: 

Ite regular meeting of tte Council of tte C^ ot Vlrgto- 
to BeadI irtll te teld tolte Council Cbamters of tte Ad- 
Bitotstrrttoa Baildii«, City Hall, Princess Anne Station, 
Vli^nto Beadi, Virgtoto, on Monday. August 18, 1975, 
at 2H» p.m.. A whk^Ume ttefoltowing^ipUcaUons will 
teteard: 

LYNRHAVE B(»0(K>H 

OtnOHTIONAL USE PERMIT 

Anriication of Thomas C. and Janice D. Ferguson for a 
Coadittonal Use Penatt to (werate a pUy school o<i cer- 
toto |«^9eity located oa tte West Side (rfUttte NMk Road 
^wtnnfiig at a prirt MO fectSorth(tf Jiftnaoa »re^, raa- 
iAk a (Ustaace of 150.11 feet along tte West Side of Little 
Reck ROMl.mnnta«aAstanceof 171.82 feet along tte Sou- 
item i»vperly ltoe,raabvadi^anMOf 136.Mfeet along 
tte WMtna pn«ierty line ud numiag a distance(^193.83 ^ 
*al ak^ tte Notttem property line. Said parcel cooiains 
M.lt7^redltet more or less. (Littte Neck VUlage 
Ana). LYNNHAVEN BOKHIGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH B(»OUGH : 

2. 

AS|A»tioe of P. Del Vecchto for a ConUtional Use Permit 

to nmrate a U^to rental on certato property located oo 

tte fast side irfiUlaaticAveeoe.Soatt(tf 15th Street oo 

propoly (rf Peppermiat Beach Lounge. Said parcel to 10- 

fert^ a>-fe4rt. VIRGimA BEACH BOROUGH. 

BAY^DE K)R01KiH 

Af^^rftoa of Antotroaic Systems, Inc., foraCoutttional 
L 4 Penatt tor an automobile service stotioQ ot certato 
m«perto located at tte Sorthwest comer of lodepenttawe 
Boatevard aad Wttchdack Road, rvmiing a distance 
<tf 218.34 feet alOM tte Soitth side of Wttchitack Rtnd, run- 
iring a dirtance (rfUO.84 feet aloag tteWeatem property 
Uae, rmitfi* adirtaaeeof 192feetalaegtte Soirttem ini>- 
perty line aad namiiv a distance (rf 151. 75 feet al(»g tte 
WmI skto of IndweadeaeeBoulenFd.Saki parcel coatains 
0.895 acr«. (P^^ffi Meadows Artt). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH, 

AMENDMENTS 

Reaolrtion of the CwncU of tte City (rfVlrglato B«cb to 
amead and reordato Sections 5.8, 5.9, 7.3, 7.8 aad 7.7 ot 
tte AAdivision (MiaaB(« of the City of Virginto Bea<A, 
Virginto. relatii« to r^erences to tte DqaitmeittirfPu- 
Mic DtttttiM. More detailed i^rraaUoe isandtoble to 
tte D^artmeat (rf Planing. 



t 



RMiMiai irf tte Conaeil d tte City of Virginto Bnch to 
amori aad rmntoto Sactkn 6.3oftbeSobdivtolooOrdina- 
Me rt tte City of VIrgiria Beach, Virgtoia, retoting to 
necilicitfiMs of D^partm^ of Commuity Service or 
^artaeat of Piib^ Utiltties. lfereMaU«i toforaaticn 
to avattMe to tte D^artiratt of Ptoi^ng. 
Ricterd J. Wefaboe 
City Ctofk 

VK - Jtfy W, 1975 aad Aagirt I, ms - 1 time each 

NOTICE OF PUBUC HEAROK: 

Tte Virgiria BeaA Plaimiag CmamisstoB wiU hoki a 
Pririic Bering oa TM«toy Ang^ 12, 1975, at 1:00 
P.M., to tte Qxmg^ Oarers irf tte ^taWrtration 
Bb1M«. Prte^ iteae Oa arthO Me . Vir^to 



Virgtoto. lae lollowing applications will awear on tte 
agenik: 

SubdlvtolOB Variance: A|V^1 from Declsiwis o* Ad- 
mtalstraUve Officers to r«ard to certain elem«U of 
tte SiAdivtoion (Minance, Sutxli vision for AdU K. 
Woodward. Property tocated on the North sfato of Hcrt- 
laml Road across from Green Sun Boutevtrd. Ptote 
with more detailed information are available to tte 
Doartment of Piannii«. _ .. 

Deterred 90 Cteys by Planni^ Commtosion on May 13, 
1975: 

1. AppUcation of tte City of Virginto Beach, Depart- 
ment of Parks and Recreation, for a Ccmditional Use 
Permit for a hat raaip with related facilities oo cer- 
tato pnwerty located on the West side of Maple Street 
beginnm; at a poirt 180 feet South of Poinciana Drive, 
running a dist»ice of 320 feet alw^ tlie Norttem 
pnq>erty Une, running a dtotance of 805.67 feet along 
tte Western property line, ninning a distance of 321.23 
teit al(^ tte Southern property line, and running a 
(Ustance of 780.27 feet along the Eastern property line 
of which 450 feet more or less is the West side of 
Maple Street. Said parcel contains 5.83 acres more 
or less. Ptots with more detailed information are avail- 
able to the Department of Planning. (Cape Story by 
Tte Sea Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH- 

Deferred 60 Days 1^ Planning Commission on June 17, 
1975: „ ,, . 

2. AppUcation of Draden Development Corporatiwj for 
tte disconttoaance, ctosure and abandonment of a por- 
tion of Trevor Road (formerly Washington Avenue) 
and two 20-foot lanes. 

Trevor Road- Beginnii^ at a point 350 feet more or 
less Wwt of Old Great Neck Road and extending to 
a Northwesterly direction a distance of 2156 feet more 
or toss. Said street is 30 feet to width. • 

20- toot lane: Beginni^ 1580 feet more or less West 
kA Old Great Neck Road at the Northern boundary of 
Trevor Road and extending in » NortheasteHy dlrectioo 
a distance of 600 feet more or less. 
^-\ixA lane- Beginning 1900 feet more or less West 
of Old Great Neck Road at the Souttem boimtery of 
Trevor Road and extending to a Southwesterly direc- 
tton a distance of 330 feet more or less. Said request 
utends tetween Lots 10 and 11 as shown on certato 
|dat entitled "Plat Showing Subdivision of Part oi tte 
Wolfsnare Farm" as record to Map Book 4, Part 2, 
Pagers. 

Ptoto with more detailed iitformation are available to 
tte Dwartment of Planning. (Deerwood Terraee-WoU- 
saare Plantotion Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

Deferred 30 Days by Ptomiing Coigmissiim on July. 8, 
1975: 

3. AB)li«atIon of Lawrence A. Sancilllo, Anthtmy San- 
clllio, Acquisition, Inc., A A L Corp., L A R Corp 
Blue Ribbon Land Company, Inc.. and Larasan Realty 
Corp for the discMittouance, closure and abandonment 
of portions of First Street, Second Street, Avenue G, 
Avenue H, Avenue 1, Avenue J, Avwiufe K and Avenue 
L as shown on tte map <rf East Norfolk entitled Prop- 
erty of East Norfolk Realty and Industrial Corporation 
and recorded to tte Clerk's Office of tte Clrcutt 
Court to Map Book 4, Page 191 and to Map Bo(* 3. 
Page 125. ' ^ 

First Street; Beginning at tte Western bonadary of 
Avenue L, running a distance of 1400 feet more or less 
to a point 100 feet East of the Eastern boundary of 
Avenue G. Said street is 50 feet to widtt. 
Second Street; Beginning at a point 100 feet West of 
Avenue L running a distance of 1390 feet more or less 
to an Easteriy direction to its intersection with Nor- 
folk- Virginto Beach E]q)ressway. aad running a distance 
of 200 feet more or less in a Northeasterly direction 
to the Western boundary of Avenue F. Skid street to 
50 feet to wldto. ^ , ^. . 

Avoiue G: Beginniq; at the Norttem bomidary of First 
Street, rurad^ a distance of 590 feet more or less to 
a SuBlteitj diiee Wea to Its intersectioa. wito toft Nor r, 
tolk-Virfiai*-Be«di Expressway. AM ^rsat.totSQJie^ 
to width. 

Avenue H: Beginnii« at a potot 275 feet more or less 
North of First Street, nmnlng a distance of 870 feet 
more or less to a Soutterly direction to the Souttem 
boundary of Second Street Stkl Street to 50 feet to 
widtt. 

Avenue I: Begiuiii« tt tte Norttem boundary <rf Firat 
Street rumdng a distaiKe of 590 feet more or less to 
tte Souttem boundary of Second areet. Said street 
to 50 feet to width. 

Av«ue J: Begimii^ at a point 175 feet more or teas 
North (tf First Street, nmning a distance of 770 feet 
more or less in a Southerly direction to tte Souttem 
boundary of Second Street. Said street is 50 feet to 
widtt. 

Avenue K: B^inning at tte Souttem toumtory of Bonney 
Road rauili« a distance of 1380 feet more or less to a 
Soutterly direction to its intersection with tte Nor- 
folk- Virgtoto Beach Expressway. Sato stre^ to 50 feet 
to widtt. 

Avenue L: Beginning at toe Souttem boundary <rf Bonney 
Road running a distance of 1275 feet more or less 
to a Sontterly direction to its intersection with tte Nor- 
folk-Vlrginto Beach Expressway. Said «reet to 90 feet 
towi^ 

Ptots Witt more detailed information are avaitoUe to 
tte Department of Planning. (Souttem Firs Area). 
kEMPSVtLLE BOROUGH. 

Referred Back to Plannii« Commtosimi by aty Council 
oa Jia» 16, 1975: ^^ , , 

4. Prtttion of Acora Enterprises for a Change of Zon- 
ing District Classification from R-8 Residartial Wstrict 
to 1-1 Light Industrial District on certato |»i9erty 
begtoning at a potot 500 feet more or less Nortt of 
Baxter itoad, nmaiag a distance of 376.80 feet mra'e or 
less akN« the Western property line (Virginto Electric 
and Power Co. Ri|^ of Way), ramtog a distance « 
433.60 feet more or less along toe Norttem luroperty 
Itoe running a distance of 357.1 feet along tte Eastern 
prt^rty line and running a distance of 394.7 feet 
along tte Southern pn^ierty line. Said parcel cca^tos 
3.363 acres. (Bonney View Mobile Homes Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

Regular Agenda: 

Change of Zraing Ustrict Ctossificatton: 

5. PMtioB of Acora Erterprises tor a Change of Zcm- 
iag Distrtct Classffiaitton from R-8 ResidMtial District 
to B-2 Community-Bustoess District on certata prop- 
erty tM>giiwiing at a potot 8W) feet more or less Nortt 
of Baxter Read, ninnii% a distance of 347 feet more or 
less alo^ the Western property Itoe (Vlrgtoto Elec- 
tric ud Power Co. Right of Way), ruani^ a distance 
of 198.35 feet akmg the South sMte of B<aney Rori, 
nmaiM a distance of 227.85 feM along tte Eastern 
mtmerty line, and running a distance <rf 64.60 feet 
along tte Souttem pr(q>erty Uae. Said parcel contains 
713 acre. (Bonney Vi«f Moteile Homes Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

6. Petitton of W & Z tovestmento. Inc., foraCteage 
of Zoai^ District Classification from A-1 Apartm«it 
Di^rict to A-4 Apartment District oo certain property 
beglBiri^ at a point 210 feet West of Arctic Avenue, 
rmning a distance of 80 fert along tte North side of 
IKh Stre^, naming a distance of 140 feet aloi« tte 
WeMem prqierty Um, rvMttg a distance ot 80 feet 
aloag tte Norttem property line, aad numiq; a dtstam^ 
of 140 feet along tte Eastern ^-«^rty line. &ld par- 
cel contains 11,200 ^lare feet. YIRGOaA BEACH MR- 
OUGH. 

7. PetlttoB of J.M. Golden, Maritm B. Golden and Wil- 
Uam J. Watson for a (^aage of Zonii^ District Clas- 
siticatifu from A-l Apartment District to A-4 Apart- 
me^ District ra certain property located at the Scwth- 
Mst eorwr of 18tt ^re^ anl Parks Avenue, ra^ng 
a distaace of 304 ^t alo« tte Scwth si«i <A 18tt 
Stro^, rawii« a tt^wx itf IM teet akMg tte Eartem 
laoperty Une. rvo^ a «^UK« M M4 M Oxv tte 
ScMMra ^«perty Um, ud inning a distoncc tA IM 
Met akag tte East side tf Parks Av^w. &idi«rcel 
ooalaiM O.M acre. VIRGINU BEACH BOROluH. 

8. PeUtkn of I^ and Karen E. Brown for a Change 
of Z«^ District ClasslficatiOT from R-6 Residential 
Distriet to B-2 Commualty-Business District c» cer- 
tato MWerty located oo the East side of Indqi^idaice 
Barievard b^luAig at a p^ 118.84 teet Seatt «r 



rte&m, July 30, 1975 -- tt 5 

Hinsdale Street, rumidg a distance of 110 «««! f''"f 
toe North«« prHtrty Uae, runniM a distoKe of M j* 
feet along tte fistwa im«>erty line, rumiag a dtot- 
ance of 111.18 feet ak»g tte Soirth^o i^qierty lil» 
and nmhi^ a dtotance of 106.86 feet aloi« tte East 
side « tod^tea^iace Bodevard. Said P»««l«'^»tas 
0.257 acre. (PemteiAe Mrtor Area). WYSDE BOR- 
OUGH. 

9. Petltlcm of TUtord H. WUItoms tor a Ctongeof 
Z(ming District Classiflcation from AG-1 Agrioatuml 
DiMrict to A-l Apertmrat District on certato prop- 
erty located on tte West side of Princess Anne Road 
begtoning at a point 4600 feet more or less Soutt of 
Public Landing Road, running a distsnce of 772 feet 
aloi« tte Eastem property line of which 320 feet is 
tte West side of Princess Anne Road, mutog a dist- 
ance of 1524.54 fe^ atou tte Soidhem property line, 
running a (Stance ^ ll« teet al(ng tte Western pro- 
perty Itoe ud rwmtog a distaMe M 1302 feet along the 
Norttem pn^erty line. Sato parcel contains 26.16 
acres. (Muad» Area). PUNGO BCBOUGH. 

10. P^ition of Alan L. HoMian for a Change of Zoa- 
ing Distrtct ClaMffieattoaftoffl B-2 Community-Buainess 
District to A-4 ApartmMt Dirtrict an certata property 
located at tte Northeast intersectioa of SulUvan Bou- 
tovard and Pembroke Boidevard ruMng a distance of 
330 teet along tte Nortt aide of Petobroke Boulevard, 
run^ a distance of 206 feM to a NMlterly direction, 
runntog a distance of 185 feet more or less to a North- 
easterly direction, runatog a dirtaace of 302 feet to a 
Northwesterly dlrectl<», ruiming a distance of 401 feet 
more or less to a Southwesterly directlOT and run- 
ning a distance of 377 feet more or less to a Soutt- 
erly direction. Said parcel contains 4.02 acres more or, 
less. (Pembroke Meadows Area). BAYSIDE BOROUGH.) 

Conditional U4e Peratt: 

11. Application of Alaa L. HoOban for a Condttional 
Use Permit to eoastmd a 248 unit hi^-rise tome for 
tte elderly on certato property located at tte North- 
east totersection of Sirilivan Bsulevard and Pembrote 
Boulevard runniq; a di^aMe of 330 feet along tte North 
s^e of Pembrcrtw Boulevard, running a distance of 
206 feet in a Nortterly direction, rumUg a distance irf 
165 feet more or less to a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 302 feet to a Nortteresteriy dir- 
ection, running a distance of 401 feet NfflOTpriH- less 
to a Southwesterly direction and ranainpa dtotance 
of 377 feet more or less to a Swrtterly direction. Said 
parcel coirtains KX& acres more or less. (Pembroke 
Meadows Area). BATra)E B(»(M1GH. 

12. AppUcation df Raymond M. torrett tor a Coa- 
dtttoaal Use Permtt to conitraet a (toplex on certato 
pnqierty begimttngat a point 120 feet East ofCar- 
ribbean Avenuei rmudng a dlMaacc tH 60 feet along tte 
Nortt sute of Virginto Avenae, nmdng a distaace of 
100 feet along tte Eastem property line, runniag a 
distance of 60 feet aloi« tte Norttem property line 
and running a distance of 100 feet along tte Western 
property line. Said intqierty to kaowa as \/Ax. 23 and 
25, Block 48, SiadowtowB Helghto aad contoins 6000 
square feet. «hadowl*am Hwghte Area). VIRGINU 
BEACH BOROUGH. „ ,. 

13. AppUcation <rf Raymoad M. Barrett for a Coadi- 
ticmal Use Permtt to construct a duplex « certato 
property beginning at a poiitt 60 teet East tA Carrib- 
bevi Avenue, running a distance of 60 feet along tte 
North side of Virginto Avenue, ruuring a distance (rf 
100 feet along tte Eastem property Itoe, running a 
dtotance of 60 feet along tte Norttem property Itoe 
and running a dtotance of 100 feet along tte Western 
property Une. Said iwopftrte to ka(rtra as Lote 27 and 
29, Block 48, Shadowtown Htitfds and contaiui 6000 
square feet. (Stedowtowa H^^its Area). VIK2INU 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

Street Closure: 

14. ApiAlcation of Alan L. Hc^tbnan for tte dlscon- 
tinaaoe, ctosure and ahaadMuaeat of Pembrote Bou- 
l«*tt>d m ont^ Prtii^j tootal at tte So^heast 
intersectioa of Wttdrfw* Boi* aifBalUvaa BauhrtiW. 
nmatog a dtotance of 18S teet OMire or less aloag tte 
East side <rf SuUlwn Bodevard, ramtog a dtotaaee (rf 
262.17 feet to a Sontteasterly diraeUflo, ruaaiag a dto- 
taaee of 140 more or less along tte M«wtteni boumtory 
of Pembrote Badevird ^Etdacatod). ruming a dto- 
taara (rf 70 feet to a Nortterly direetitm, rmmiflg a dto- 
taaee of 410 feet von or leas to a Northwesterly 

(ttrecUon, running a distance of 94.96 feet in a North- 
erly direction and running a distance of 80 leet . more 
or less along tte Soatt side of Wltchduck Road. Said 
parcel to vari^e to wi^ tttan 30 feet to 90 feet. 
Ptote Witt more detailed totonaaUoa are avalltf>le to 
tte Dqiartmeitf of Kaimlag. (PaaiArote Meadows Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

15. AppUcattoa fif LttUrtos Raisins and Assoctotes for 
tte disoontiinance. dosare and abandoament vA a por- 
tion of Carribbeaa Aveene oa citato property beg|a- 
idng at a potot 135 feet Sovtt <rf CI«M Aveaae. raaaing 
a distance of 116 feet aloag tte Western foi^erty Une, 
romlng a distance (rf 51.33 feet atong tt» Sontten 
jsoperty Une, nmatog a dlstaaee.irf m.l7 te^ atong 
tte Eastem property Uae and ntodag a firiaaea of 
» feet alDM tte Rortbwh property line. Sidd parael 
contains 6^ sqotfa feet more or less, ^hadovtown 
Beighto Area). VmtmnA BEACH B(^H)GH. 

18. Apidtoattoa of WUUe J. and Mar^e J. Gavto for 
tte dtocoattolianee, closure and ab a a de am eitt of p«- 
tioBs of Bassett Avome and 5tt Street aa shown oa tte 
pl^ eatttled "Prt^erty of Bcn^nto Gimtert, located 
^ Lynnteven-Princess Anne Coi^y, Virgtoia", dated 
Setitemter 22, 1960. 

Bassett Avone: Beginntog at tte Soifttem boudary c« 
Itorfolk-Soutoera RaiUrowl roaiag a tfstaiKW ot IS 
feet more or less atoog tte Western property Une, 
running a distance (rf 40 feet ttoar tte Soattera prep* 
erty line, rannii« a (ttstaace irf §6 itet amre or lass 
a^ tte Eastern prqmty line ^^ mming a distance 
of 51 fe^ more or teas along tte Soatt side ol Nortott- 
S(Mittem RaUroad. 

5tt Street: Beginnii« at tte Wertem bonadary of 1^- 
satt Avemie, r amiiag a distaMe (rf 40 teet awre or l«is 
aIoi« tte We^em property Uae, ramitog a distance (rf 
226 feet more or less aloag tte SoathMii property 
Uae, rumiii« a distaace irf 40 feat atoag tte West tide 
of Bassett AvMoe-aad raai^ a ttstaaca of 2M feet 
more or less ^B^t tte Hcnttaxs proparty Uae. 
Ptoto with more deteiled latorartton are avaitoUe to 
tte D^art^ (rf Plamitog. (Doytotowa Area). LYHH- 
HAVEHJ^UGH. 

17. ^^pQtttton of Sir Galah^ Ccnnpany for toe vaca- 
ttoa of k K to(rf drainage easement as Aown on tte 
ptot bittttlcd *Ptot iA Indian Lakes ad)divtoi<«. ^rti(» 
B-1, KempavUle Borou^, Vimtoto Bea^ Virgtoto" 
aad rocortKd to tte CiCTk's Office (rf tte Circuit Court 
to Map Book 102, Page 50. ftU pan^ hagiu at tte 
Norttem booadary irf Aadover Rend aad rtaa a di^mce 
(rf 1500 feet to a N»tterly directtoa. n^ wltt ewe 
dctaUed totonaattoa are avalUMe_^ ttt Dqiartmwd of 
Planning. (Indian LakM Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



Amodmente: 

18. ResoMion of tte Coimcil of tte Ctty of Virgtoto 
Bnch to amend and reontoto Article 1, Sectioa 111 
(rf tte Comprehensive Zcmlac Ordinance pertaiatng to 
d^nttioa of honite tor tte ehterty. More delaUed 
totormaticm to an^Ma to tta Dqutanat (rf Plai^ag. 

19. ResoMlon <rf tte Council of tte C^ (rf VlrgliA 
ft!a(^ to amead aad raot^to Atttete 6, Ptft D, ottte 
C(»iH>rteBslve a^g Orttei^» perWnttg to hous- 
li«, for tte ddnrly to tte A-4 A|krttt^ Wstrict. 
More (tettitod totonnatloa is araiUUe to tte Dqart- 
ment of Planntog. 

IN). Motion of tte Planning Commissim of the Cityot 
.Virginto Bwch to amend and reontoto Article 2, Part 
C. Secttoa 225 (rf tte Com praheast re Zantag Onttaaace 
pertaiidag to cawMttoaal Mac Md itnMaras tor Miycto 
r^al fstahHshmeatt More dMaMd iirti»rmati(m to a vaU- 
tfAe to tte Diparta«t of Maabg. 

PtoU Witt wst% detailed Mn^dtoa oa tte above ^- 
pliartioaa are anUbte to tte D^arti^ tf Pl^dng. 
AU \^mtmesitA pwMU are tovited to attend 
Rotert J. Sorft 
Director of Planalqr 

V^ Jriy M. AagHt i. ti 






Jnljf 30, IS75 



Serving Tidewater's suburban communities 



Hot muggy summer day?? Shop the cool want ad way!! 




CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING 
DEPARTMENT 



547-4571 



CHESAPEAKE POST • CHURCHLAND PICTORIAL 
VWGINIA BEACH SUN 



Ann Partcr 
486-3430 



CLASSIFIED DEADLttlE: 

Monday morning at 10:30 



Twmity words or loss for only $3.20^ 
PER WEEK in oil thro* Byorly Pub- 
lications oxchisivo community mws- 
paporsr Tolophono our f riondly classi- 
fied girls or mail in tho hmdy cou- 
pon. 



I—-— 

I My classified ad. 

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NOTARY SERVICE - Av- 
ailable at The Virginia Be- 
ach Sun office - 138 Ro- 
semMt Red , rigM off Toll 
Rd exit. W6-3430. 



LOSE vcigU with Kw 
Shtpe Tablets and Hjrdrei 
Water PUU. At jrour dn« 
Store. 



DIAL-A-IUSBAGE- fittj 
Udr ortealls. TiMlMitk 
N««>lk,HaWtudBolels 
ealy. «S-SStt. 



ART, MOLDING, ANDHY- 
drocil plaster • lor art 
worlE. 627-2396. White- 
hurst, Biassii^hain Corp. 
S-2-5 



1-LMtaadFoMd 



FOiniD-Kcys M ring with 
Iwthcr tab. Identify lieys 
and pay lOr ad. Call Gordon 
Ultdicll 547-4S71. 



11 



II- 



RAMBLER Wagon. 1971, 
itrj good coDditkM. dean, 
Ukc new Ures, $»50. 425- 
7551. 



DODGE - IMTCMVertUda, 
fair tomamm, lUO.orviU 
traite for boat ud motor, 
sbot gun or pair of train- 
ed rabbit dogs irf^qiial 
valne. Can be se«i^ 501 
Bonney Rd., Va. Baacft, or 
call 499-0n5 or 461-2195. 



I - UtaaMta tor Ida 



VOLKSWAGENS 

Large selection of used 
Volkswagens, most models 
most colors. 100 per cent 
guaranteed Bank financing 
credit an>roved by lAone. 
VICTORY VOLKSWAGEN 
J401 Victory Bird. Ports. 
397 Jilt. 



SANOBLASTOIG - Qoat 
Tfailera aiid HachlMry. 
Fr«« EMmatea. WUte- 
hnrst, BlanifighaiB Corp., 
403 W. 2«h St., NorMk, 
627-2396. 
S-2-26 



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TEEM-AGK - aaedad to 
babrtit. Iljr hoae, days, 
fw Jalf . lO-faar-oM, Iterth 
Ttofliita Bcadi. Call 421- 



to 



1966 Mercury -power bra- 
kes, (4 dr.) auto, trans., 
power steering. CImn, 
good condition. Call 

4<Z-144S. 



7 - Trucks - Traitors - Je^a 



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H99 

EARN 
EXTRA MONEY 

SelUng Subscriptions oa 
your own time High Com- 
mission MUST be friend- 
ly and dependable aad out- 
going. Call for appoiiit- 
■enl. 
«6-3430 
TlrgWa Baaeh Swr 



WE THINK 



VICTORY 



fOJ Barren 




VOLKSWACEN 

3*0) VKlsrv ihi. 



1961 JEEP, Wagooeer. 350 
V-t, 4-wheel drive, equip- 
ped to pall big tnJtera. 
Good eoadttlon. $1,150. 
421-3493. 6 p.m.-10 p.ia. 



Virginia - Carolina 
Tira Co., inc. 

TlM Straight Tak 
TiraPaopla 



453 No. BattMield Blvd. 
(at Oak Grove Ches.) 
Mm 547-1157 



PARTTME 
HOAwsn 



NEED I 

Pr«fer aarrtad * pre- 

saoUT aoatoyed. 

CaUMT^Sm 

Batwaai 4PM a TPMtor 

aa iaiarview iwai><»**<- 



HOUSE KEEPER - 
throogh Ttaurs. 3 p. 
6 p.m. Cook aad 
Start Sept FnraM owi 
traasportatloB. R^rtac- 
aa. 4M-Na altar 2 p.B 



II - IW» Wuttt 

■ELP «aiM, 8an« Cof- 

M>iave9tM(t,4M-I540or 

4>7-«S21. 

S-7-i6. 

BELP vMmMarts n 

» ow, top 91V, w •>- 
En»- 



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NEEDED 
AT ONCE 

2 MEN 
1 WOMAN 

To fill recently create 
positioas. For lull In- 
tormatioa. Call 

461-1108 



SEE OUR LEADS 

fOGHUCirra FORCHILD- 
■EM, the award-wl|ttifl| 
children's magaxlnc 
aeeda a bill or part-time 
re pre aert ative with ear tor 
the Virgtaia Beach area. 
Qualified leads iWaisbad. 
Sell rewwal customers 
aad new praspacts who 
write raqawtiag order ia- 
tormatioa. Earn from $660 
to fl,£40 per Boath in 
eommissioos aad bonus, 
plus iasurance and vaca- 
tion program. TUs oppor- 
tunity cobM lead to an 
area maBagersfeip. Write 
C. r. Boat, Dept. MSP. 
UGHLKHTS F(» CHILD- 
REN, 2300 West Fifth Ave. 
Cotuabas, OUo aiU. to- 
dade pnrsoaal data and 



LOANS 

Ftmiunr 

W(»TRWnLE PURPqeE 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 

LOCAUY OWNED 
ANObPERATED 

482-3381 

Ml BATTLEFIELD BLVD 

priLsow swjppnr. CEWTEii 



jpiease run ad )or( ) issues or ( ) til stopped., 
i 

!l Cost is %3.Z0 per issue for first 20 words; 16< Isr 
each additional word. 

|( ) Payment enclosed ( ) Please seed bill 

f NAME , 



|ADDREiSS_ 
ITT 



.STATE. 



.ZIP_ 



^Mailto: 

^BYERLY PUBLICATIONS 

^x 1327, Chosapoako. Va, 233^ 

^0 fsarilosomonilMU ^ jBoach, Va. 




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QUICK CHECK CLASSFED MDEX 

ANIKMniCEIfERTS 

an Shine Ads 1 

Special Notices 2 

Lost and Fouad 3 

Card aad Thanks 4 

Monameats - Burial Lots S 

Aomnnvc 

Avtomobiles lor Sale ( 

Tnicks-Trailers-Jeqts 7 

Aab> Parts, Repairs | 

Motorcyctes-Seooters 9 

Aircraft for Sale, Parts 10 

Boate, Marine S^]|dies 11 

Utility TraUers 12 

EMVLOniERT 

Help Wanted » 

PositiaBs Wanted 14 

FDUUKIAL 

Business Opportaatty IS 

Wanted To Buy Baaiaeas II 

Stocks A Bonds 17 

Mortgages aad Loaas II 

mSTRIKTKM 

Local Instraction Classes 19 

Mosic-DaaM-Dramatics |0 

Private lastmctioB 21 

PETS-LnrESTOCK 

Dogs, CaU, aad oOmt P^ .^ 22 

Pet Services 23 

Horses-Cattle etc 24 

MERCHAHDBE 

Articles tor Sale 25 

Antiques 2( 

House Hold Goods 87 

Garage Rummage 21 

Wanted To Buy 29 

Musical Merdnadiae SO 

Coins and Stamps si 

Jewelry A Watches 32 

Good Things To Eat 33 

Firewood 34 

Lawn aad Garden , 35 

Farm ^^lipment 3$ 

Machinery - Tools 37 

Bnstaess Equipmeot ja 

TV Radio 39 

MOBILE HOMES 

Mobile Homes lOr Sale 40 

Mobile Homes tor Real „. 41 

Mobile Home Sites 43 

REAL ESTATE FC» RENT 

Rooms-Board 43 

Resorts-H(Hels 44 

Apartneats tor Reit 45 

■sues Faraiahad 4$ 

HeuMS Uiduralsbed n 

Farms aad Land for Rent 4| 

Out-Of-Town tor Rc^ « 

Wanted To Real so 

Office-Desk %iace fbr Reel si 

Industrial for Rent «^ 

For Rent or Sale T^si 

REAL ESTATE TOR SALE 

Business Property for Sale 55 

Farms-Land-Timber S6 

For Sale Nortotk S7 

Fm- Sale Va. Beach %$ 

For Sale Chesapeake $« 

Fw Sale Porisaoatt » 

R«ort Pn^rty fn- SUc ;, |i 

Oitf-Of-Town tor Sale u 

Lots tor Sale : (3 

WaMed Rnl Estate 04 

For Sale gj 

SEKVlCES~bFFat£D 

ttme Services ^ 



Wa Hava Rapiacamant Parts 
For VoMcswagons importa 

OOVEfUOE AVAILABLE R3R THE 



• Transmitiion 

• Oitlaremial and Raar Ash 



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V xJBGVKBI SywMH 
• FuBlSrMMM 




FIELD 
AUTO PARTS 

112BattlafialdBlvd. 

GreatBrkJge 



547-2128 



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In avory town and city acron ttw land, peopla ara nMtdNng tha Ctemfiad adi in tfwir nowM^w . . . waitini f or 
some tpacial itam thay naad or want to bt advartitod fornia. 

Iff h^>p«ning hero today . . . lomoona it watdiing for a batter car, a newer bike, a certain musical instrument, 
a bigger TV let, a hard-to-fmd antiqiw ... or any one of dozmt of other ittn». 

What are you waiting for? Why dtm't you pva in a oil today to ptee an ad for thoie ttill^ood items you no 
longer use. Someone it sure to be watdiing for your adi 



Call 
486-3430 or 547-4571 



today 






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ENVELOPE «MmMr« 
mated! For taimMtlao 
■Md ai£ to EtertttCkue. 
Bw M, CUatoi Cemtrs, 
Il.T. 1«W. 



CLUBS - CHURCHES , 
Butkt mwcy tor jrour qie- 
eial ynjecU. Sell nb- 
•Kt^/^OBS to yovr iKMiie- 
antpafer. Ugh 
CaU tor la- 
fonuNoB: Mr Brown 4M- 
.34M. 



LUdCnc tor tke secttritf 
a MMod Ineome cm pro- 
vide? Tbe patli to sMarttr 
U 00 a decision - lad a 
iboM call a«ar - we can 
•kow yen how. CaU tor ap- 
poliitaicnt Wl-mi. 



;-"tXEiaKt> (Beal Eatate 

> lalts A(eita - Wea^eritr• 
* lB( oar agenls a 70-30 

> eonnissUw spUt located 
at basir HilHop m LaaUa 
M. For eoofldcatlal inter- 
Ticw caU Mrs. Davis, U2- 
S6Z0 or Ml-KMl. OJ>VK 
REALTY. 



II - Be» Wialed 



NEW JOBS: 
WAITRESS - 
HOSTESS 
EXI>EfMENCE 
PREFERI«} 

Will train la new position, 
}6tO motttk guarantee, 
Muti be akle to start woiK 
imncdiati;. This is not 
restaurant work Call 

461-1108 



14 



MASSACEGRL 
• 178 WEB(LY 
OUARANTEED 

No esperieacc aecessarr, 
will train It or over. Bus- 
iaess Una's Uastace li 
Health Spa. 857-5011 



loterestlac aad rewardiai 
with iraat poteslial. 
Retirwl MiUtary or other 
VcU heat salted tortus 
work, in-0172 froa 10 
a.Bi. to U nooa, eieept 
Swiar 



CASMER 
RECEPTIOMST 

$140 Week (varaoteed sa- 
larjr. No esperieoce oeces- 
sarj. 

857-5018 



CHILD care la njr tame. 
Lots of love aad persoMl 
care. SnsoMble rates. 
Ch^rcklaid 4t4-542a. 

VILL baiqrstt tai tay ktae, 
(ajFBdM Village to Dfllage 
tuk Area, opMlMead, 
luadMs ttn- 
teeced yard, 4Z4- 
9SM. 



CFFSET PRnriNC - IF 
3I0U want a newqivH- or 
circular printed the ecoa- 
omlcal iMbet wajr, check 
wttk Bsrerly Pobticatioos, 
Lowest prices in Tide- 
water. C^BiposttlOB ser- 
vices. CaU Geae Wen- 
dort - 547-4571 or Nor- 
ris Bly 627-50a) tor no 
oUlgatto* nnotation. 



If- 



BE SeU eBpkqrad, kave 
jnar own coaeessioa ia 
aaUoawide dcpartaieat 
rtor*. claarii* carpet and 
^apfeoUterjr. trainlag and 
eipipaaaat. $7,000. for ia- 
tomatiOB caU 497-4513. 

For sale: Restaaraat-Ta- 
ven. Foil; stocked and 
eqaipped aad doing a good 
ho^MSs aow OB bosr U.S. 
S<, Iwtweaa ^ilfidk aad 
Franklin. Hew brick l«Ud- 
ing. Deep weU and 210' 
by 105' cprner lot goes 
with 'his ':.ae. LIVE8AY 
n^ i ii. Fi.tNKUN.VA. 
502-5335 or .::2-4S07. 



II - Loet! lastraetiaa Classaa 



4 V 






I 



10 WOMEN 

AND 

MEN WANTED 

Local eoKwa now Urug 
(or good payiag jobs, plas 
conqiaay bcnents 



perieaee 



No ex- 
necessary. For 



481-1198 



INtTRDCnOli CLASSES 
Nurses Aides - Orderlies- 
Oak HUl Medical Tracing 
School, Great Bridge. 547- 
'tlS6. 

nANO tcadwr - CoUins- 
wood near Tower MaU, 
Ports. Aaaociates at Arts 
Digree iamaslc. Begiaaers 

msfssmr 



n - MatleOaMC l^uaattes 



PIANO TUNINOsnd r^iaii , 
free estimates, old piaao a 
speetallty Call 416-5916. 
S-5-21, 



it-fiogs.CaU, Etc. 



GERMAN flwphanl pnppy- 
f MUle £ motiau old, tt«e 
to good home, novtaig and 
can't take her with us. 
Call 416-3430 Days only. 

KITTENS - Three grey and 
white. Litter trained. Very 
lovMble. $1.00 each to a 
good hoan. CaU 54S-3N1. 



M-lorseteCaMa,s«e. 



BARTER horses - 2 1/2 
yr. aad 3 1/2 yr. old. 2 
SaddlM, Cart and Harness. 
AU tor mo ai-iXi be- 
tween 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 
weAdays. 

GEUHNG - Bladi, thor- 
oaghteed, standard bred, 
IS haaito, qiirtted gane 
horae, bat gentle. Excel- 
laat eoadltloo. Price nego- 
tlaUa. CaU Kim Btoxson. 
4I0-tm. 



IS - Artldes tor Sale 



CANON 35 mm cameia- 
FTB with 1.2 SSmm, 100- 
ZOO mm, 5.6 leases, com- 
lete set niters. $S50: Call 
Ken Berry, 547-4571. 



RECORDS - 50 albums - 
$1.00 each aU types ot 
mosie. CaU 4Z4-4iD7 af- 
ter 6 p.m. tUl 10:30 p.m. 



DmOfG room taUe, satU 
^erry by EUiaa AUen - 
Ceor^ Court. $175 caU 
4N-I5M. 



CASTLETON CHWA - 
"Suanybiooke" ptftem 
beautlfnl old discontiaaed 
pattem-air-loom. 12 itta- 
ner idates, 12 salad {dates 
A soap bowls. 12 cop* A 
saucers. CoHee Pot. 
Cream A sagar bowl. Ask- 
iK $400. Paid Bach nan. 
547-4571 ask tor Mrs. Brod 



IS - ArlMes tor Stfe 



SmMHlNG pac) whole - 
saler - Must dispose ot 
1974 pools in stock, sac- 
rifice price for desperate- 
ly needed warehouse 
space, brand new swim- 
miai pools includes, deck, 
fence, filter, and war- 
renty. 31 x 16 over aU. 
$195. usUUed. Call ware- 
boose coUect days or ev- 
enlag, ask for Ron, 304- 
499-SS59. 



M-Aatt«|es 



49 • fM-0(-T«wa §m RiM II • Roart Pr«|perty tor Sale 



70 - Home ScrvlcH 



LARGE SELECTION - 0F| 
antiques, specializing In 
brass t>eos. vict'onan das 
pine furniture, antique ' 
rfolls^ We buy A sell. 
APPRAISALS 
Melton Anti(Mes 
4201tadlanRiYerRd. 
azft-aaii 410-5117 



URANDY N.C. Nicely hr- 
nUhed 2 Bdrm Mobile 
Home <m Qvrrttuck Sound. 
$125. per month, year 
lt:4S«. For Information eaU 
424-4507 after 6pm - \t)fm 
or «Z- 1445. 



VICTORIAN LOVE SEAT- 
Uptaolstered in green vel- 
vet - 3375 , ThomasvlUe 
single bed and mattress 
$50. Call 432-1562. 



SILVER - "Uoreate- pat- 
tern by Towle. Two 4 piece 
idace swings, t butter 
knife, sugar spoon, relish 
tork. Used once. 438-3596. 



K-MART BUck A White 
T.V., only 2 months old, 
also play bouse very lar- 
ge. Phone 545-0639 tor in- 
tormatloa. 



31 - Colas aad Jtaa^ 

RARE coins - formerly 
Norvlew Coin; Norfolk's 
most complete, buy, seU, 
trade, bqrlag sUver coins, 
42 Southern Saiinplng Cen- 
ter, Norfolk, 153-8118. 

3 3 - Good TMaga to lat 

FRESH (arm proitoce in 
season. Call for yonr fre- 
ezer or canning needs. Ol- 
iver's Farm Market 4856 
Haygood Rd. Va. Beach. 
497-7657. 

IS • Lawa aad Gardaa 



TOP SOIL - bUck fcrtUe 
from Greenbrier. Saad and 
flU dirt. Lot clearii« and 
grading, landacaTplHg.- 
Plione 587-9077 or 587- 
0234. 



Otk Brove 
IFLEA MAAKET1 






141-liM 

4tt-im 



OKN S ATUHD AYS » 
SUNDAYS tOA.lt. ■ TUl. 

Ill Oak Grave Road 
Ckaaaraaka, Ta. isno 

«lIBattlefMdn«d.(li 
Jaat I 



40 • MobUe Bobm tor Sale 



HOUSE trailer, 1972, 
Monte Carlo, 12' x 70', 
aiding $6,500., Already on 
lot, CaU 428-5838. 



REED A nVE? Coma- 
•■OTattvt, CoUedors H- 



GRANDY N.C. wiU seU botti 
lot A 2 bdrm. mobile home 
together or seperete. On 
the Currituck Sound with 
swimming pool rights. WeU 
furnished - large eat - in 
kitchen. Movii^. For in- 
formation caU 424-4507 af- 
ter 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. or 
M2-I445. 



4I-Room*-Board 



Poefcat taknt. Sat thrn 
Boolfe n, QAKGROVE 
FLEA MARKET. 910 Oak 
Gravt Rd. (off BalQeftehl 
BM) RaaaoaaUy priced. 
Bank - The Kaife Maa. 
ISS-7186. 

TROPICAL AhoaseplaaU 
- Assortmeid at Planters, 
hanging baskets. A gift for 
yoar "somoone." Coom ia 
aad browae! Oak Grove 
Flea Market. 



IKXMIS For rent, Occan- 
froot rooms, for 2, weekly, 
$27.50 per person, Avaton 
Hotel, Virginia Beach, Va. 
CaU 421-5421. 

4S - Apartaaeato tu Rwt 

2 A 3 BEDROOM APTS - 
George Washington Hwy. A 
GUmerton Rd. Close to 
sdMOl A aU Bases. Phone 
487-9220 



WALL TO WALL CARPET | 
ROOM SIZE RDGi 
CUSTOM n«TALLATN»| 
PBOia934-«tt 



CARPETTOWN 

MiaikHaiK. 



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DeUver the Churchland Pictorial in your own area. 
i Some of our carriers are earaiag $8. to $10. a week 

tor dtitvering the Pictorial only one day a week - 

Wadaeoday aReraoon. 
ISEE APPLICATION ON PAGE 2 



Vleeta 
Regular 
RecxJer 
of the 
V\£rtAds 




Sh« ukM picMiw . . . and 
good onm. tool TliM't be- 
aam At buyi ortly die 
bsis in eQuifVfwit. 

So wdMi ii comK (0 tfMp- 
pinQ.|iw lurm to die Wtom 
A<k, when a» c«i find a 
largi Mlaction to dtooM 
fc«m. H v«i IMM ntne- 
Mng tor uM il«t ilM tmn 
be looking for, you ihould 
idwertiM Mitan ttaH He It 




DISTRICT MANAGER 



If you hav* 15-20 hours fro* ooch 
wodc Mid Mjey Mwricing with yotmg 
poopio, Ihit coulii bo Mio right job 
for you. Rotpomibilitiot inclodo: 
DiftribuUoii of nows^ipors aiidwi|i- 
orvislon of ipi^rMlnwtoiy %yo«M- 
sloro. Tho right ■pplieont riieuld 
havo ■ car, bo socially incliiiod and 
poiaoM a good knowlod^ of ttia 
B a a c h ai^a. A good atarting salary 



and fe^ning pro^'wn aro offorod. 
Call Mr. iro««n at 481-3430 for 
apfMHotmant and intorviow. 



IpNW/INI 



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"TIDEWATER MDUSTRIALl 
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(804)4 44-40S6 or 444-8077 

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Hagh E. Bladt. Sr. 
1800 Pait Avnae 
Cheaapeafce, Va. 



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399-^91 



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VA. BEACH, Panbroke 
Park-By owner. MO toat 
of waterfroat-deep water 
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$55,000 490- 



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cmmCBLAND area • by 
owner. 3 bdrm, central air, 
eilra large dea, emdad 
lot, many ntras. $39,000. 
C^mi honse Jidy 27th. No 
(genu. M4-I444. 



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VIKURIA Bona - CSMWr- 
atlvc, laSBry^partmanre- 
sidaact la secure bidU - 
tog, t4 boar desk service. 
Shown ^appoiotmwt. 422- 
1335. 

GRAIDY N.C wUl sen both 
lot A 2 bdrm. mobile home 
together or scperate. On 
the Carritack Sooad with 
swlamiM pool righto. WeU 
fWitfahad - large eat - in 
kitchaa. Moving. For to- 
tomttloa eaU 424-4507 af- 
ter 8 p.m. to U p.m. or 
4tt-t4«. 



a - OBl<Of-Tewn tor late 



MOYOCK, N. C. Approx. 
I acre with 2 Bdrm. home. 
1 Ule bath. Tool Shed, 
Trees. $%,00Q. Terms or 
finance yoirself. CaU 412- 
1445, nighto 424-4507. 



U-Loto tor Sato 



HOUSE paiMing and bome 
repairs, all work guarant- 
eed, free estimates, call 
B(My Todd. •S7-8960 or 
Fred Richardson, 414-9461. 



TO- li.jme Servie*'! 

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Hardwood Floors 20 Yrs. 
experience, freeeattaatM 
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wtth three bedroom cot- 
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pordi. Newly refamishad 
weU masicnrad aad TLC. 
CaU 427-3950, attar 4 pai. 



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547-5505 

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Btackbeard the Pirate: 



is his treasure 
in Virginia Beach? 



In the early 18th century, when pirates terrori- 
Ked the open sea, the ship of Blackbeard the Pirate 
lurked off the waters of Virfinia Beach preying on 
innocent vessels. Legend has it that some of Black- 
board's treasure lies buried in a sand dune in Sea- 
shore State Park 



In 1718 Blackbeard was killed during a battle at 
sea. His death ended the deeds of one of the most 
feared i^ates in history. 

Historical accounts place Edward Teach's alias 
Blackbeard, birthplace in Bristol, Ei^land. His n^rae 
may have l>een Thatch but Teach is the more ac- 
cepted version. 

Bristol was notorious for spawning anumberof|Hr- 
ates. I 

Edward Teacb went to sea at an early age as a 
deck band. In 1716 the ]drate Benjamin Homigold 
placed Teach in command of his own sloop: Soon 
after, he was pursuing the career of Blackbeard 
the Pirate. 



Some historians portray Blackl)eard as a scoundrel. 
Others saw more gentlSmenly characteristics in the 
famed pirate Whichever type of person he was, his 
life was ao exciting, perilous one. 

Blackbeard's death was a fitting one for a man who 
lived such a glamourous life. It came in 1718. 

Lt. Robert Maynard of the British Royal Navy 
was dii^tcbed to Pamlico Sound, North Carolina 
where be was to attack Blackbeard's ship, The Ad- 
venture. Two ships. The Pearl and The Rauger, 
Maynard's ship, were sent. The Raider engaged The 
Adventure at Ocrocoke Inlet, Tbere the battle en- 
sued that ended in Blackbeard's death. 

The Ranger took the offensive, making a nra at 



Tbe Adventure. Noticing that Maynard's mm were 
accumidated tai one area on the deck ct their ship, 
Blackbeard ordered cannon fire directed at that 
spot. The shirts sent The Ranger's crew scvrying 
below ded(. liajmard himself traot to his cMn tor 
cover. It was BUckbeard's tun to take the of- 
fensive. He ran his ship close to The Ranger. Hand- 
grenades were tossed on The Ranger's deck and 
Blackb«ird himself led the assanlt onto the Ranger's 
deck. 



Maynard and Blackbeard tooght duri^ the battle. 
They fired pistols at each other from close range. 
Blackbeard missed, but Maynard's pistol ball landed 
trae. One pistol bnU (M not stop Blackbeard. The 
men doeled with eitflasses. Blackbeard tamekcd May- 
nard's cirtlass from his hand. He reared his am 
back to deliver the d^th blow when, sndde^, one 
of Maynard's men struck out and slit Blackbeard's 
throat. Even as he died, Blackbeard reached fbr an- 
other pistol, then staggered, falling dead to the deck 
floor. 

His body had five pistol wounds and 20 cutlass 
and knife cuts. 

Edward Teach's head was cut off and carried hack 
to Virginia on the bowspirit of Tbe Pearl. It was 
placed on a tall pole in Hampton as a warning to 
other pirates. 

It is believed that BlacUeard's treasure is hidden 
in various places along the coasts of Virginia and 
North Carolina. In 1928 treasnre believed to be 
Blackbeard's was discowred near Plom Point on the 
Pamlico River in North Carolina, ^qiposedly, the 
treasure contained the water soaked skull of Bbck- 
beard's seventh wife. 




BLACKBEARD'S HEAD 



Carriers of the month 



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HATHAWAY 



Tim Hathaway, 12, has been delivering 
The Sun for three months. He likes his 
job. "You meet all different kinds of 
people," he said. 

"And everybody's so kind to you," 
he added. 

' Tim likes to hunt, especially deerawj 
racoons. At Kempsville Junior High 
Tim's favorite subject is science. 

Tim is proud to deliver The Sun, 
"Virginia Beach's best paper," as he 
says. He is the son of William and 
Dorothy Hathaway of 120$0rknay^reet. 



DINGER 



Butch Dingjer, 12. likes to fly. His 
father is a pilot. A carrier for over a 
year, Butdi has built his ciroilation 
to 45 readers. 

A seventh- gracter at Pembroke Ele- 
mentry School, he also likes stamp col- 
lectir^ and working on one of his two 
bikes. 

Butch' s favorite teams are the Boston 
Red Sox, in baseball, »)d the Washing- 
ton Redskins in football. 

As for other activitim, welt, "I have 
enou^ girlfriwids," Butch says. 

Btrfch is the son of Leonard and .^- 
ice Dinger of 4413 Hifs<teJe Road. 



Steve DeWitt. 11, wants to be a sur- 
geon t^wn he gets older because "Mwn 
wants me to operate on her when she gets 
old." 

A Sun carrier for over a year. Stew 
likes football, collecting coins and build- 
ing models. 

"There's not enough girls around 
where I live," is Stwe's chief complaint 
about Viniinia Beadi. 

Steve is Altering the sixth gnkfe at 
Jotai B. Dey Elementry ScNwl where 
sciwice and math are his favorite sub- 
jects. 

He is the son cf Midiael and Denise 
DeWitt of 2^5 Leeward Shore Drive. 



EDWARDS 



"Getting money" is Susan Edwards' 
13, favori^ part of being a Sun car- 
rier. She's t>een at it for tN^ee year^, 
having built her reatfership from 24 to 
63. 

Susan is athletically inclined. She's a 
mMrrt>er of ttie Kings Grant RecrMtion 
softtwil team and a baton twirler on tfw 
Tidewater Twirlettes. 

SiAM, Ml eighUi-grader at Lynnhawn 
.kmior High, hns a message to her 
readers. "Tie the dogs vp every Wed- 
nesday." , 

&jsan is ttie (teughler of Willi«n amt 
B&rtmn Edwarcte, 3^1 Prince kndrtm 
Lane. 



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